BEES market 2018

The community of practice on Belgian Ecosystems & Society invites you to the fifth edition of the BEES Market. This year's event is hosted by INBO and ANB, and takes place in Brussels, near Thurn and Taxis, at VAC Herman Teirlinck. There will be workshops, a market, Christmas trees, food & drinks, and tons of fun.

Within a few days, over a 100 people will attend the fifth edition of the BEES market on Tuesday, December 18. What should they expect? An afternoon full of inspiring workshops, a diverse collection of people and project stands and -off course- the opportunity to have a nice and informal chat with colleagues who work on complementary challenges as you, yet in an interestingly different way. This is your last chance to register, if you want to be enjoying new contacts while drinking glühwein and eating warm waffles

Program 12:00 : Lunch, registration and building up the stands
12:40 : Opening words 
13:00 - 14:30 : A menu of four workshops :

Uncovering conflicts in nature-society projects

Making the Nature Value Explorer better applicable for socio-economic impact analysis

Visual communication in scientific outputs : tips & tricks

Introduction in 'the Work that Reconnects' of Joanna Macy

14:30 - 17:00 : The Market! Plenty of stands with info, games, goodies and tasters...

Still not on the list ? Register quickly ! Where ? Brussels, near Thurn and Taxis, at  VAC Herman Teirlinck.

More information and pictures of previous editions on the BEES website.

Don't forget your Christmas hats ! Each year, the most creative stands get a reward from Santa...

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