The ESPON ECPs from the Nordic and Baltic countries have together established a project which is referred to as ENECON: ESPON Evidence in a North European Context.
The project is one of the Transnational Networking Activities, conducted and funded under Priority 4 of the ESPON 2013 Programme. It aims to activate transnational interest in ESPON by involving policy makers, practitioners and scientists. The transnational networking activities are carried out by groupings of members of the ECP (ESPON Contact Point) network.
Partners of ENECON are the ECPs in Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway and Sweden.
The project ENECON addresses challenges and opportunities facing territorial development and spatial planning policies and practices, particular to the vast territory of the very northern part of Europe. By actively facilitating the use and capitalization of ESPON-evidence the overall aim is to contribute to make clear the significance of the European perspective on territorial development and cohesion, and especially the crucial need for a transnational cooperation approach to territorial analysis, policies and planning, in a macro-regional context and perspective.Disclaimer: “This publication does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the ESPON Monitoring Committee. In addition the Monitoring Committee is not liable for any use that may be made of the information contained therein”
CLIMATE CHANGE IN NORTHERN
Sharing Experiences, Exploring New Methods and Assessing Socio-Economic Impacts
Conference in Akureyri, Iceland
22. – 23. August 2013
Bookings for accommodation are done through the registration form and information on the hotels can be found on the registration web page. Please note that accommodation can only be guaranteed through registration until the 10th of July. After this conference guests might have to make reservations on their own.
In questions regarding travel and accommodation please contact Akureyri Travel at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +354 4600 600.
"European Union external border – territorial specificities, trends and disparities"
Progamme and other information on this postgraduate workshop in Tartu, Estonia, April 16‐17th, 2013 is now available.
See detailed programme and further information here.