March 25, 2019All day
The Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST) invites you to participate in three-day training course on using techniques and methods in biodiversity and land monitoring, as part of the ReNature project. The ReNature 1st Training Course aims to provide participants with an understanding of ecosystem services and green infrastructure, give an overview of the main green infrastructure elements in urban areas in the Maltese Islands, and to identify methods that may be used for an assessment of the ecosystem services provided by green infrastructure. The ReNature 1st Training Course will be delivered by speakers from the ReNature consortium, and the research community within which it is embedded.
The Horizon 2020 project ReNature (Promoting research excellence in nature-based solutions for innovation, economic growth and human well-being in Malta) aims to develop the capacity of MCAST and the national stakeholder community to become front runners in research and innovation for nature-based solutions that tackle environmental challenges faced by modern societies.
The ReNature 1st Training Course will take place 7-9th May 2019 at the Institute of Applied Sciences, MCAST. More information about the training course and the abstracts for each lecture can be accessed from here.
We would be grateful if you could confirm your attendance by sending an email to Judita.Tomaskinova@mcast.edu.mt by Tuesday 2nd April 2019. Participation is free of charge but places are limited and will be allocated on first come first served basis.