Conferences

The 2016 Conference of the European Innovation Partnership on Water will be held on 10th February 2016 in Leeuwarden, The Netherlands under the banner of "How is water innovation succeeding in Europe?"  The European Innovation Partnership on Water, or EIP Water, is an initiative within the EU 2020 Innovation Union.

The 24th European Biomass Conference  takes place in Amsterdam from 6-7 June 2016.The conference and exhibition covers the entire value chain of biomass to conduct business, network, and to present and discuss the latest developments and innovations, the  vision is to educate the biomass community and to accelerate growth. The event which is supported by the European Commission provides companies and research labs with an opportunity to showcase their latest products and bring scientists, experts and key players together with leading biomass indu

You have the chance to discover 108 Brussels-based seminars organised as part of the 12th edition of the European Week of Regions and Cities! This year’s OPEN DAYS take place in the same week as ENEP’s Autumn General Assembly 2014.

Organised between 6-9 October 2014, the OPEN DAYS Brussels-based events will consist of an opening session (6 October), followed by some 100 working sessions (workshops or debates, 7-9 October).

After three years of cross-border cooperation in the control of invasive non-native species in Europe, the RINSE Project is coming to a close this September. To celebrate its legacy and results, RINSE is hosting a free closing conference at OPEN, Bank Plain, Norwich. Registration for the event is now open. Please see http://www.rinse-europe.eu/conference for further details.

21st – 22nd October 2014 in Frankfurt

In cooperation with ENEP

From 12th to 16th May 2014, the Third International Climate Change Adaptation Conference will take place in Fortaleza, Brazil brining together the research community and the users of climate change adaptation information at regional and global scale. The conference will focus on climate impacts and adaptation options. It will bring together scientists, decision makers, and practitioners from developed and developing countries to share research approaches, methods and results.

Horizon2020 is the European Commission’s Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, covering the period 2014-2020. One of the aims of the programme is to promote scientific research that tackles the grand societal challenges facing Europe and the World.

This May, REAL CORP will be exploring the relationship between time and space and how the planning practice and theory relates itself to this complex synergy. Discussions will be held on theories and methods as well as hands-on experience on how planning deals with space in time in order to plan both our cities and regions. We will be exploring questions such as:

•                How to plan taking into account time, both past history and future development?