Presentations

Below we have collected all presentations from the workshop.

Plenary:

Bidoglio: Weaving ESS into science support to water policies

Brils: ESS-PES in support of the trans-boundary restoration of the German/Dutch river Vecht

Gomes-Baggethun: Theoretical issues and operational challenges in ESS valuation

Interwies: Utilizing ESS approach for water management - opportunities and challenges

Magnussen: Norwegian official report - Natural benefit values of ESS

Scholz: ESS and sustainable drainage systems - a case study

Seifert: Introduction, shortcomings and challenges

Sørensen: Integration of ESS assessment in the implementation of WFD and FD

Viaggi: CAP and water management through the lens of ESS CLAIM-project

Parallel I:

Broekman: Water and Global change facing management challenges

Ferrer: ESS approach; contribution to water policy - lessons learned from SCARCE project

Kirk: The potential to use the ESS approach in the implementation of WFD

Lo Porto: TMDL approach in creating trade opportunities in the WFD context

Machac: Assessment of disproportionate cost in context of the WFD and ES

Parallell II:

Breil: Drivers of Urban Rivers Ecosystem Services

Nommann: Experiences from Marine valuation studies

Schmidt-Wygasch: An approach to be operational with ESS on a small scale

Seifert-Dähnn: ES of Urban BGI

Vaisanen: Can ESS affect locals WTP for restoration of forest streams

Vermaat: Assessing the societal benefits of river restoration using the ES approach


Parallel III:

Birk: Understanding how changes in freshwater quality affect delivery of ES

Grenni: Aquatic ecosystem functioning and response to impacts

Lofmarck: 14 million EUR; the socio-economic impact of provisioning the drinking-water Lake Malaren

Wicke: Is advanced treatment of WWTP effluent with natural treatment systems efficient

Svensson: Visualizing the socio-economic value of clean water - Lake Malaren

Mentzer: A competent authority perspective; Pragmatic ES approaches when dealing with 28 000 water bodies

Sist oppdatert 17.09.2015