Berlin, 28 March 2017, 2nd Seemla national workshop about “Marginal lands in Germany: evaluation, use and potentials”
Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Wilhelmstraße/Französische Straße, Berlin
From 9.30 am – 3.00 pm
The main objective of the H2020 funded EU project SEEMLA is the establishment of suitable innovative land-use strategies for a sustainable production of plant-based energy on marginal lands while improving general ecosystem services.
In the context of the German EEG and the European CAP a concept should be developed with SEEMLA for a sustainable use of domestic biomass in order to be able to ‘fill the gap’ of the future demand in renewable resources as an energy source till 2050. The project partner countries are Italy, the Ukraine and Greece besides Germany.
The Workshop is directed at experts and prospective customers from the management, science and practise in Germany who act in the area of bioenergy, biomass use, nature conservation and environment protection.
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Contact/registration: Dr. Wibke Baumgarten