“Improving Connections in a Changing Environment”
September 27 – October 1, Velence, Hungary.
Transport infrastructure develops rapidly in new European Union countries. European environmental policy makes progress in protecting landscapes. There is urgent need to integrate infrastructure and ecology in Europe and to recreate and secure connectivity across landscapes despite expanding road and rail networks. IENE invites landscape architects, engineers, biologists and social scientists, planners and stake holders, authorities as well as private companies and NGOs to discuss and develop the solutions for a better future at the IENE conference 2010.
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The conference offered a broad spectrum of topics including theoretical as well as practical approaches ranging from spatial planning and the genetic consequences of road and rail traffic to the introduction of practical solutions, evaluation of monitoring techniques and mitigation measures regarding plant, invertebrate and vertebrate species and the presentation of best practice solutions for different problems. Besides providing an opportunity to listen to leading experts in concurrent sessions, the structure of the meeting also fostered personal communications at workshops, poster sessions, practical demonstrations and at mid-conference excursions.