World Congress Silvo-pastoral Systems 2016

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World Congress Silvo-pastoral Systems 2016

Time: September 27, 2016 at 6pm to September 30, 2016 at 7pm
Location: Portugal
City/Town: Evora
Website or Map: http://www.silvopastoral2016.…
Event Type: international, conference
Organized By: TERESA PINTO CORREIA, ICAAM, Universidade Évora
Latest Activity: Sep 21, 2016

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The World Congress Silvo-Pastoral Systems 2016, Silvo-Pastoral Systems in a changing world: functions, management and people, will be held in Évora, Portugal, between 27-30th September 2016.

The congress aim is to gather researchers from different disciplines, practitioners and policy makers at different governance levels that deal with the management and sustainability of silvo-pastoral systems. In this way the congress will create a fertile context to progress through interdisciplinarity research approaches that can help translate scientific knowledge into new adaptive management solutions, and thus bridge from science to practice. The aim is also to gather and compare knowledge from silvo-pastoral systems around the world, which share drought as a limiting factor, so that they can be discussed and evaluated.

 Researchers, practitioners, both private and from the public sector, as well as policy makers, are all highly welcome to World Congress Silvo-Pastoral Systems 2016.

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