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Thematische Strategie für den Bodenschutz und Bodenrahmenrichtlinie

Internationales Symposium
"Europäischer Bodenschutz - Schlüsselfragen des nachhaltigen Bodenschutzes"

am 21. und 22. Januar 2008 in Berlin.
Hier finden Sie den Reader zum Symposium und die Vorträge.
Hier finden Sie alle Unterlagen zur Durchführung des Symposiums.

International symposium
"Soil Protection in Europe - key questions for sustainable soil protection"

January 21/22, 2008, Berlin
Here you can find the reader and the Statements.
Here you can find all information concerning the symposium.


 

Statements


 


Monday, January 21, 2008

 
 

Welcome to the conference
Dr. Hans-Ludwig Dreißigacker, Undersecretary of state emeritus, Board member of the FAGUS

 
 

European soil protection strategy and the EU framework directive for the protection of soil - key elements, current debate, expectations
Claudia Olazabal, Head of soil sector, DG ENV B1 (Agriculture, Forestry and Soil), European Commission, Brussels

 
 

The future of soil protection in Germany
Dr. Joachim Woiwode, The Federal Environment Ministry, Berlin/Bonn

 
 

Problems of European soil protection
Prof. Dr. Yeong Heui Lee, Technische Universität Berlin


 
 

Challenges for European soil protection under interdisciplinary aspects
Prof. Dr. Winfried Blum, University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria

 
 

New developments in soil protection policy in the Netherlands
Dipl.-Ing. Peter Smit, Expertise Centre Geo-information and Soil Management, Van Hall Larenstein, University of Applied Science, Groningen, The Netherlands

 
 

Current problems in soil protection as seen from Italy
Dr. Luca Montanarella, Institute of Environment & Sustainability, European Commission - Environment Directorate-General Joint Research Centre, Ispra, Italy

 
 

Current problems in soil protection as seen from Poland
Prof. Stanislaw Bialousz, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

 
 

Current problems of soil protection as seen from the United Kingdom
Dr. Robert J.A. Jones, National Soil Resources Institute, Cranfield University, Siloe, UK

 
 

Current problems of soil protection as seen from Spain
Dr Civ Ing José López de Velasco, Directorate General for Quality and Environmental Impacts, Ministry of Environment, Madrid, Spain

 
 

Panel discussion on prospects for soil protection in Europe
panel members: Claudia Olazabal / Prof. Dr. Winfried Blum / Dr. Luca Montanarella / Dr. Joachim Woiwode / Detlef Müller, Member of the Federal German Parliament / Dr. Gregor Strauch, Lawyer, Federation of German Industries, Berlin / Detlef Gerdts, Chairman of the Board, European Land and Soil Alliance (ELSA) e.V., Osnabrück, Germany

 
 


Tuesday, January 22, 2008

 
 

Requirements of European soil protection as seen from the political science perspective
Prof. Dr. Christian Hey, Secretary-General, German Advisory Council on the Environment, Berlin

 
 

Identifying risk or priority areas for soil degradation by erosion in Europe
Dr. Robert J.A. Jones, National Soil Resources Institute (NSRI), Cranfield University, UK

 
 

Identifying risk or priority areas for soil degradation by soil organic matter (SOM) decline in Europe
Dr. Marko Zupan, Ljubljana University Centre for Soil and Environmental Science, Slovenia

 
 

Identifying risk or priority areas for soil degradation by soil organic matter decline in the characteristic Atlantic climate zone
Dr. Heinrich Höper, Lower Saxony Agency for Mining, Energy and Geology, Hannover, Germany

 
 

Identifying risk or priority areas for soil degradation by compaction in Europe
Dr. Christine Le Bas, French National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA), France

 
 

Identifying risk or priority areas for soil degradation in Europe by salinisation/sodification
Zsófia Bakacsi, PhD, senior research fellow, Research Institute for Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (RISSAC), Budapest, Hungary

 
 

Requirements of European soil protection seen from the law science point of view
Prof. Dr. Eckard Rehbinder, Frankfurt University, Germany

 
 

Energy policy and soil protection from the point of view of economics
Prof. Dr. Helmut Maier, Berlin School of Economics

 
 

Final discussion: soil protection - interdisciplinary and international perspectives (Impulse statement Prof. Dr. Reinhard Breit)
panel members: Zsófi a Bakacsi, PhD / Dipl.-Ing. Peter Smit / Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Haber, Technische Universität München / Prof. Dr. Reinhard Breit, Technische Universität Berlin/ Dr. Hans-Liudger Dienel, Center for Technology and Society, TU Berlin / Dipl.-Ing. Stefan Richter, Managing Director, GRÜNE LIGA Berlin e.V., Berlin

 
 

Final summing-up
Prof. Dr. Walter Bückmann, Technische Universität Berlin