CALL FOR REQUESTS EU Post 2020 Biodiversity Strategy
Policy and other societal actors are invited to let us know their needs, obstacles, and problems in the process of developing the post 2020 Biodiversity strategy, so that these can serve as a basis for discussion at the ALTER-Net/EKLIPSE conference (17-19th June 2019 – Ghent). The main aims of this Call for Requests are to 1) give an opportunity for interested parties to reach out to a tailored scientific community regarding their request regarding the EU post 2020 biodiversity strategy and 2) ensure the policy relevance and success of the ALTER-Net/EKLIPSE conference sessions, aligning the outputs of the conference to its main goal, i.e. to significantly contribute to the development of the EU post 2020 Biodiversity Strategy and the success of its implementation.

Interested parties – including decision makers linked to and interested in the process of the development of the EU post 2020 Biodiversity Strategy (European Commission DGs, CBD secretariat, government representatives, local/regional authorities, and other stakeholders) from different relevant sectors (Environment, Research, Agriculture, Energy, Marine, Trade, etc) – are invited to apply by 31st March 2019 by following the rules and procedures detailed below.

Before starting the application process, please read carefully the call for requests (on the EKLIPSE website: http://www.eklipse-mechanism.eu/), the eligibility criteria as well as the following instructions. To answer the call, please fill out this Google form and submit it before 31st March 2019. Please note that the form does not save your answers after each section has been completed. In order to continue editing your form at a later date, you will need to add text to all mandatory fields and submit the form. Once the form has been submitted, you will be emailed instructions on how to edit your application.

IMPORTANT: please provide us with a working email address on your form, otherwise you will not be emailed details on how to edit your form.

EKLIPSE requests relevant personal data in order to assess applications appropriately. EKLIPSE is a science research project in the public interest and the lawful basis for processing your personal data under the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be public task. Our privacy policy (www.ceh.ac.uk/privacy-policy) contains further information on the purpose and lawful basis for processing your personal data.

Enquiries: If you need help or more information during the application process, please feel free to contact secretariat@EKLIPSE-mechanism.eu

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