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ECCB2018 Symposia and workshops

The titles are tentative. Final titles will be published together with the detailed programme next year. Only invited authors can submit abstracts to these symposia and workshops.

Symposia
  • To identify and manage climatic microrefugia and stepping stones
  • Large carnivores and zoos as catalysts for biodiversity conservation: how do we engage the public in the protection of biodiversity?
  • Best practices in increasing biodiversity in European forests on a landscape scale
  • From conservation genetics to conservation genomics to synthetic biodiversity
  • The no net loss goal and challenges of biodiversity offsets implementation for different stakeholders and contexts across Europe
  • Reconciling conservation, ecosystem services and crop production in agricultural landscapes – the role of ecological intensification
  • Woodpeckers as surrogate species to support forest biodiversity conservation in a changing world
  • Advances in approaches for evaluating conservation impacts and their strength and limitations
  • Rewilding prospects for reconciling biodiversity restoration and human well-being
  • To manage or not to manage? – Effects of active interventions on forest biodiversity
  • Conservation culturomics
  • Sustainable forests for the society of the future
  • A quick guide to IPBES, with special reference to the Europe Central Asia Assessment
  • Human impacts on aquatic species and ecosystems
  • Biocultural approaches to conservation: new tools for involving communities and promoting human-environmental wellbeing
  • Biodiversity strongholds in a tamed landscape: new approaches to locate and conserve the last primary forests in Europe
  • New directions in evaluation and learning for interventions to promote human-wildlife coexistence
  • Agroecology: policy and governance
  • Migratory salmonids as icons of conservation, restoration and rewilding of aquatic environments
  • New perspectives on the natural environment and human wellbeing in the context of the sustainable development goals
  • Connecting people and nature: the importance of diverse science communication
  • Natural disturbance emulation in forest conservation and sustainable ecosystem management
  • Evidence for forest biodiversity conservation: Recent scientific advances and future perspectives in temperate forests
  • Conservation telecouplings
  • Effects of conservation interventions on multiple ecosystem services: co-benefits, trade-offs, and decision-making
  • Informed decision making for planetary wellbeing: the challenge of science-policy-society interfacing in the European context
  • Connectivity conservation - safeguarding the future in a matrix of human-dominated landscapes
  • The power of citizen science and big data to advance fungal conservation
  • Biodiversity conservation and sustainable community well-being in China – challenges and opportunities
  • New perspectives on the natural environment and human wellbeing in the context of the sustainable development goals
  • The concept of ecological solidarity: a tool to implement the planetary wellbeing
  • Towards sustainable businesses: Insights to sustainable corporate strategies and business models
  • Integrated solutions for increased planetary wellbeing by restoring degraded habitats
  • Does fragmentation have a negative impact?
Workshops
  • The diversity of biodiversity monitoring: aims, approaches, innovations, and policy contexts
  • Technical workshop on environmental DNA in conservation management
  • Community-driven place-based decision making
  • Facilitating planetary well-being through collaboration with faith communities – why and how through the best practices project of the SCB Religion and Conservation Biology Working Group
  • Advances in using social media data for conservation science
  • Does EU matter for conservation? The birds and habitats directives from a Nordic perspective
  • Conservation and management of transboundary large carnivore populations: challenges and opportunities
  • Using role-playing experimental games to unlock conflicts between food security and biodiversity conservation
  • Participating in and building on IPBES assessments in research and in policy
  • Law and Well Being
  • From fungi to flies: broadening the use of functional traits in conservation
  • Did it matter? On measuring the impact of conservation biology research
  • Nature-based intervention and well-being
  • The future of conservation science through the eyes of young scientists
  • Open data in conservation biology
  • The green and the grey: roadless areas and future mobility
  • Conservation innovation: from grassroots to governments
  • Paths to efficient communication in conservation biology
  • What is faith-based conservation? Towards a systematic definition of the synergies between religion and nature conservation
  • Ecosystem services as effective environmental management tool for conservation biology