The programm for Day 1 includes 15 Mutual Learning Sessions. About 8-15 people in each Mutual Learning Session (MLS) and 10- 20 people in each Dialogue Sessions (DS) will eleborate messages and orientations on critical questions for sustainable phosphorus management.
Day 2 and Day 3 will have the format of a symposium and deal with sustainable nutrient managment, in particular nitrogen and phosphorus.
There will 27 lectures under the heading "learning from cases - exploring policy options." The lectures will be provided by top scientist, representatives from industry, NGOs, politicy etc.. Extentive time will be assigned for discussions. The contributions start with providing the science picture, then illuminate stakeholders views, deal with technology options, and different policy strategies. The conference will be closed by with two pannel discussions on policy orientations. Prof. Klaus Töpfer, Institute of Advanced Sustainability Studies, former president of UNEP and minister of Germany will open the conference.
Those who has registrated for the conference and/or who are members of Global TraPs project will receive the programm next week.
Currently already 80 people from the international communities have registered. About same numbers of key actors and scientist are expected from China.
If you want more information about the conference, please contact Anh Pallas-Pham (email@example.com) or Debbie Hellums (firstname.lastname@example.org).