LYY-Institute's and its strong research area SGNR's (Sustainable Governance of Natural Resources) research seminar “Current and future challenges of sustainable natural resources governance”
16th of February 2017
The aim of LYY-Institute's and its strong research area SGNR's (Sustainable Governance of Natural Resources) research seminar “Current and future challenges of sustainable natural resources governance” was to discuss the current and future challenges which influence the possibilities and targets for sustainable natural resources economy and policy. How does the natural resources economy contribute and environmental changes influence into general social and regional development? What kind of needs and trends we have on regulatory and institutional levels?
The research seminarl held in UEF, Joensuu campus (in Educa house, E 200).
13:15 Opening of the seminar
13:30 Docent Daniel Franks, Chief Technical Advisor/Programme Manager of the ACP-EU Development Minerals Programme at the United Nations Development Programme: "Rethinking the value of minerals for global development".
14:30 Dr. Moritz Albrecht, post-doc researcher, human geography, UEF. "Translating EU energy resource policies - German Bioenergy Regions and Sustainability"
16:00 Dr. Ismo Pölönen, senior lecturer, environmetnal law, UEF:
17:00 Doctoral student John Mhagama: "Water resource management and food security in Ruvu Basin, Tansania".
17:30-18:00. Discussion and closing of the seminar