Mainstreaming ecosystem services in agricultural production
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The aim of the workshop is better understand how our research on ecosystem services in agriculture can be used and how we also in research can make use of other researchers results. The workshop includes presentations of different ways of how to find scope, address key challenges and use scientific results when aiming at a more sustainable agricultural production. In research we generally are very good at mapping ecosystem services, evaluating different types of management towards environmental issues and also to predict and test outcomes of future scenarios on agriculture. However, the scientific knowledge is often very diverse in outcomes and difficult to integrate into policy formulation or to understand for local farmers. Here we will address recent scientific work in the area of ecosystem services and agriculture and by that address decision making in for eg, CAP.
The workshop is a collaboration between Lund university, The Centre of Environmental and climate research, the BECC strategic research project and Mistra Eviem.
- Tim Benton, University of Leeds, UK
- Katrin Daedlow, ZALF, Germany
- Neal Haddaway, Mistra Eviem, Stockholm Environmental Institute, Sweden
- Zoi Konstantinou, University of Porto, The ECLIPSE team
- Louise Jackson, UCD, US
- Yann Clough, CEC, Lund University
- Hanna Östergård, Naturvårdsverket
- Helena Johansson, Agrifood Lund University
- Mark Brady, Agrifood SLU/CEC Lund University
- Johanna Alkan Olsson, CEC Lund University
The workshop is free of charge, travel and accommodation not included. Latest day to register: November 8.
No accomodation included, special rates at Hotel Finn available if you book before October 20. Click here for booking code.
Tuesday Nov 21
0930-0940 Welcome. Katarina Hedlund, CEC
0940-1010 Making agriculture more sustainable: are we asking the right questions? Tim Benton, University of Leeds
How can we modernize our knowledge transfer?
1010-1030 Research synthesis with impact assessment. Katrin Daedlow, ZALF
1030-1050 Coffee break
1050-1110 Systematic reviews agriculture. Neal Haddaway, Mistra Eviem
1110-1130 Reviews, The ECLIPSE team, Zoi Konstantinou, University of Porto
1130-1200 Panel discussion with above mentioned speakers
How can we make research results fit for policymaking?
1300-1320 Five hammers, one nail: evaluating effects of CAP greening alternatives on ecosystem services - Yann Clough, CEC Lund University
1320-1340 Ecosystem services in decision making. Hanna Östergård, Naturvårdsverket
1340-1400 From research to policy-making? Helena Johansson, Agrifood Lund University
1400-1430 Panel discussion with above mentioned speakers
1430-1500 Coffee break
1500-1630 World café discussions on Q1 and Q2
1630-1700 Summary of discussion
1800 Dinner at Biskopshuset
Wednesday Nov 22
How can we involve farmers in creating and exchanging knowledge?
0900-0920 Advising farmers and science- stakeholder interactions in agriculture. Louise Jackson, UC Davies, US
0920-0940 C-bank /Agripolis – Tools for decision making. Mark Brady, Agrifood SLU/CEC Lund University
0940-1000 How to use/develop tools of ecosystem services in order to interact with farmers. Johanna Alkan Olsson, CEC Lund University
1000-1020 Panel discussion with above mentioned speakers
1020-1040 Coffee break
1040-1130 World café discussions on Q3
1130-1200 Sum up or workshop
About the event
21 November 2017 09:00 to 22 November 2017 12:00
Blue Hall, Ecology buildning, Sölvegatan 37 Lund
katarina [dot] hedlund [at] biol [dot] lu [dot] se