Category: Partner

  • EVINBO-ALFAwetlands partner from Belgium

    EVINBO-ALFAwetlands partner from Belgium

    ALFAwetlands consortium includes a partner organisation from Belgium: EVINBO, the Own capital of  Research Institute for Nature and Forest (INBO). About EVINBO INBO is the independent research institute of the Flemish government that underpins and evaluates biodiversity policy and management by means of applied scientific research, data and knowledge sharing. It describes the state and…

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  • Michael Succow Foundation

    Michael Succow Foundation

    One of the ALFAwetlands partners from Germany is the Michael Succow Foundation. In 1999 Michael Succow founded this foundation with the prize money of the Right Livelihood Award, also known as the Alternative Nobel Prize, awarded to him in 1997. It is one of the first non-profit nature conservation foundations in the new German states.…

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  • Meet Stockholm Resilience Centre, ALFAwetlands’ Swedish partner

    Meet Stockholm Resilience Centre, ALFAwetlands’ Swedish partner

    ALFAwetlands consists of a team of experts from 14 different organisations and 1 affiliated entity spanning 10 EU countries. One of them is Stockholm University’s international hub for sustainability science, Stockholm Resilience Centre. About Stockholm Resilience Centre Founded in 2007 as a joint initiative between Stockholm University and the Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics at…

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  • INRAE-ALFAwetlands partner from France

    INRAE-ALFAwetlands partner from France

    ALFAwetlands consortium includes 2 partner organisations from France. One of them is INRAE, the French National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment. About INRAE Created on January 1, 2020, INRAE is a major player in research and innovation. INRAE carries out targeted research and resulted from the merger of INRA and IRSTEA organisations. It…

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  • Meet CNRS, ALFAwetlands French partner

    Meet CNRS, ALFAwetlands French partner

    ALFAwetlands consists of an experts team from 14 organisations +1 affiliatedentity across 10 EU countries. One of them is the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), who had recently hosted ALFAwetlands Annual meeting in Toulouse. About CNRS CNRS is one of the most renowned public research organisations in the world. For more than 80…

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