LAMASUS project will hold its Annual consortium meeting on 28-29. November 2023, The Hague, Netherlands
It is the time of the year when LAMASUS project consortium meets to celebrate the project achievements, discuss future activities, current challenges, upcoming project deliverables and milestones.
In order to do this, the project team has carefully crafted the agenda for both the days.
Project partners will provide a short update about the key achievements of the project and touch base on central issues, followed by interactive demonstrations about the geodatabase and a first look at the policy database and drivers. Also, a roadmap for the ex-post econometric work will be presented. To keep the discussions lively, several break out sessions are planned including policy relevant land use management (LUM) classes represented across the project 1, organic farming and extensive/intensive grasslands, planning for next steps, 2nd stakeholder workshop, and joint summer school with BrightSpace project.
The day 2 will start with opening remarks from the scientific coordinator, followed by the break out sessions on policy relevant LUM classes represented across the project 2, multi-functional forests, peatland rewetting, future plans, joint activities between LAMASUS and its sister project BrighSpace, case studies and roadshows. The results of the breakout sessions will be reported in the plenary linking all results into the LAMASUS modelling toolbox.
We are also excited that the project officer from EU will join us and will address the consortium. Also, the Policy Advisory Board members will provide their valuable feedback on the project progress and guide us on how we can best advance our efforts to achieve project goals.