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2008 Berlin Conference on the Human Dimension of Global Environmental Change. ‘Long-Term Policies: Governing Social-Ecological Change’

Germany
Berlin
Event start: 20080322
End date: 20080323

Event description

The Earth System Governance initiative organised a semi-plenary session at the 2008 Berlin Conference on the Human Dimension of Global Environmental Change. The 2008 Berlin Conference with the theme Long-Term Policies: Governing Social-Ecological Change has been held in Berlin, Germany on 22-23 February 2008 and has been organised by the Oldenburg Centre for Sustainability Economics and Management, CENTOS, Oldenburg University, and the Environmental Policy Research Centre (FFU) of the Freie Universität Berlin.

Conference website: http://userpage.fu-berlin.de/ffu/akumwelt/bc2008/

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