TERRANOVA KICKOFF MEETING
2019 – 1 April
TERRANOVA (1-4-2019) was kicked off at the International Union of Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in Brussels , Belgium with all beneficiaries represented as well as the Project Officer of the European Union.
In multiple sessions project content, recuitment and administrative details were discussed, with our aim currently held at the 15 April deadline for applications at one of the 15 PhD positions.
TERRANOVA RECRUITMENT EVENT
2019 – 17-18 June
The Launch & recruitment event was a success. The process was aimed at students willing to become part of a new generation of professionals, working in an international and multidisciplinary team of researchers, managers and entrepreneurs, on the themes central to TERRANOVA.
TerraNova Academy Field School TAFS I: Hunter/Gatherers, Energy Regime 1; The Netherlands:
INTENSIVE TRAINING PROGRAMME a.) Thematic course Landscape, climate modelling and ABM; b.) Complementary skills & intersectoral training; Film and broadcasting; c.) Complementary skills & intersectoral training; Co-production of knowledge and shared learning (UU)
Beyond TERRANOVA Prof. Erle Ellis, Maryland Univ, USA; Other EU Horizon2020 projects Julia Blasch (VUA) Newcomers; Gert-Jan Burgers (VUA) Heriland
2 days FIELD BASED STUDY;
The consortium organized a Town hall meeting: Back to the future landscapes
TAFS II – Agricultural Revolution, Transition ER1/2
INTENSIVE TRAINING PROGRAMME a.) Thematic courses: Landscape Archaeology and Historical Ecology
Beyond TERRANOVA workshop on shifting baselines by Sophie Marie Monsarrat; workshop on the biogeography of Northern Neanderthals by Trine Kellberg Nielsen; Talk by Paul Sinclair
Network-wide training TAFS IV : Online Program
22 – 26 March 2021
TAFS IV – Industrial Revolution, Transition ER2/3; local stakeholders; online
INTENSIVE TRAINING PROGRAMME
WP progress presentations, parallel sessions, WP work sessions.
Stakeholders meeting: round-table with invited stakeholders operating from a local to regional landscape context. It was defined how to successfully develop and implement landscape-based responses to current crises in relation to climate and biodiversity promoting ecological functioning, diverse and healthy landscapes.
TAFS III – Agricultural/Timber, Energy Regime 2; Portugal, July 5th to 9th 2021
TAFS V – Industrial/Coal/Oil, Energy Regime 3; Romania. October 3rd to October 9th 2021
TAFS VI – Green Transition, Transition ER3/4; international stakeholders; Belgium
TAFS VII – Low Carbon Society, Energy Regime 4; Sweden