EEA events at the Belgrade Conference
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10–12 October 2007, Belgrade, Serbia
Sixth Ministerial Conference 'Environment for Europe'
The 'Environment for Europe' process is a unique partnership of the
member states within the UNECE region, organisations of the United
Nations system represented in the region, other intergovernmental
organisations, regional environment centres, non-governmental
organisations and other major groups that take part in improving
environmental protection and sustainable development issues in
10 October 2007
Launch and presentation of 'Europe's environment — The fourth
10.00-10.15 am: Presentation of the report (Jacqueline McGlade, Executive Director of the EEA)Plenary session of the Belgrade Conference
Assembly room 10
01.00-02.30 pm: Joint launch of the EEA-OECD-UNDP reports
Launch of the EEA fourth assessment report together with the OECD policy assessment report for the EECCA region and the UNDP report on policy assessment for South Eastern Europe. The launch is organised as a roundtable discussion with high-level representatives from the three international organisations together with high-level officials from the pan-European region.
Facilitator: Marko Slokar, EU Resident Twinning Advisor
Expected participation: Media event, interested public
Contact: Marion Hannerup, EEA (Marion.Hannerup@eea.europa.eu)
10 October 2007
Side events at EEA/UN joint stand
01.30-02.30 pm: Presentation of the EEA report 'The pan-European environment: glimpses into an uncertain future'
This side event builds on the work carried out by the EEA in the area of scenarios for the pan-European region.
Expected participation: experts in the field of scenarios and forward studies, government officials.
Contact: Anita Pirc Velkavrh, EEA (Anita.Pirc@eea.europa.eu)
11 October 2007
Side events EEA/UN joint stand
08.00-09.00 am: Roundtable discussion on environment and health
This event focuses on water and health aspects and building further on Chapter 2, 'Environment and health and the quality of life' of the EEA's fourth assessment report.
Expected participation: government representatives, experts, NGOs, public
Contact: Dorota Jarosinska, EEA (Dorota.Jarosinska@eea.europa.eu)
02.00-03.00 pm: Joint launch EEA/UNEP of the report 'Sustainable consumption and production in South East Europe and Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia'
Expected participation: media and communication experts, interested public
Contact: Pawel Kazmierczyk, EEA (Pawel.Kazmierczyk@eea.europa.eu)
For references, please go to www.eea.europa.eu/soer or scan the QR code.
This briefing is part of the EEA's report The European Environment - State and Outlook 2015. The EEA is an official agency of the EU, tasked with providing information on Europe’s environment.
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