Von: Muruganandam Muthiah [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Gesendet: Dienstag, 21. Mai 2019 09:11
Betreff: Invitation for the RTC 2019: National Seminar cum workshop at ICAR-IISWC, Dehradun
Sub: Request to participate in the National Seminar-Cum-Consultation-Workshop on “Revisiting Traditions and Culture (RTC-2019): Impacts on Environment, Ecosystems, Biodiversity and Natural Resources” during 14th and 15th June 2019 at ICAR-IISWC, Dehradun-reg.
We are happy to inform you that the ICAR-Indian Institute of Soil and Water Conservation (ICAR-IISWC) is organizing a two days National Seminar-Cum-Consultation-Workshop on “Revisiting Traditions and Culture (RTC-2019): Impacts on Environment, Ecosystems, Biodiversity and Natural Resources” during 14th and 15th June 2019 at ICAR-IISWC, Dehradun with the partial financial support from the United States India Educational Foundation (USIEF), New Delhi and the INTACH, New Delhi.
This Consultation workshop being unique and different from others attracts multi-stakeholders and sandwiches the abilities and traditional wisdom of local farmers-fishermen and scientific advancements to augment traditional knowledge and conservation of aquatic and terrestrial biodiversity and ecosystems.
Around 100 participants including university professors, scientists, elected Panchayat representatives, civic activists, field functionaries of line Departments, and NGO professionals besides few research scholars and informant-farmers from Uttarakhand and other states are expected to participate in the seminar-cum-workshop. The participants will deliberate on various indigenous technical knowledge (ITK), and the impacts of traditions and culture on environment, aquatic ecosystems, and terrestrial biodiversity, especially on riverine fish harvesting, impacts of centuries-old community-based fishing festivals (mound), conservation of fish species and timru (Zanthoxylum armatum) through consultative discussion and arguments at the context of scientific and socio-cultural perspectives.
The facilitated participatory deliberations on the enriched syntheses of farmers’ and experts’ views, lessons and experiences shall bring out the status on traditional practices, actionable research areas, policy and development ideas forming way forward-recommendations, legal and policy frameworks to conserve the associated natural resources and promote responsible harvestings.
It is our pleasure to have your presence and deliberations during the seminar-cum workshop. Now, call for abstracts and discussion points are open.
Your inputs will definitely set the stage for the discussion and bring out useful output.
With kind regards, we look forward to have your inputs and active participation,
Encls: 1) First circular of the National Seminar-Cum-Workshop for wide circulation and participation
Note: Please send an article, stories or abstract suitable for any one of the themes given in the brochure of RTC 2019 attached here.
Broadly the themes are
1. Association of traditions and culture with environment, ecosystems, biodiversity, and natural resources
2. Impacts of traditions and culture on environment, ecosystems, biodiversity, and natural resources
3. Traditions of fishing and fishing festivals (mound) and their impacts
4. Technological options and legal and policy guidelines to manage, promote or contain tradition based influences.
Own experiences and wisdom based inputs besides the research outcome will benefit the program greatly.
Please articulate the observations and discuss the points in line with the context and themes of the program.
Looking for stories or observations pertained to the themes.
Also, simple counts, lists and discussion on the prevailing traditional practices of harvesting, natural resource management,.....that are having specific influences on resources, ecosystems,......Data needs on traditional knowledge and management issues...would also bring a much-needed consultation….please give a thought and participate....
With best wishes, hoping to get your inputs and participation.
M. MURUGANANDAM, Ph.D., ARS
Principal Scientist, Fisheries and Aquaculture,
ICAR-Indian Institute of Soil and Water Conservation (ICAR-IISWC; Formerly, CSWCRTI)
218 - Kaulagarh Road, Dehra Dun- 248 195, India.
Ph: 91-135-2757212 (O); M: 91-9411106447; Fax: 91-135-2754213
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Dear Colleagues from DIV 8 please read the mail bellow and if you or somebody in related WP’s is interested in participate please let us know. Be aware that no funding is available from IUFRO or any other sources from our side
De : Gerda Wolfrum [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Envoyé : jeudi 16 mai 2019 08:29
À : jps(a)slu.se; y.el-kassaby(a)ubc.ca; Luque Sandra <sandra.luque(a)irstea.fr>
Cc : Maja Gradečki-Poštenjak <marijag(a)sumins.hr>; 'Brigitte Burger' <burger(a)iufro.org>
Objet : Croatia Forest Research Institute scientific conference seeks IUFRO co-sponsorship
Dear Coordinators of IUFRO Divisions 1, 2 and 8,
we have received the following request for meeting sponsorship from Dr. Marija Gradečki-Poštenjak, Croatian Forest Research Institute:
The Croatian Forest Research Institute (CFRI) celebrates the 60th anniversary of organised forest seed science in Croatia. On the occasion of the anniversary, CFRI organizes a scientific-expert conference with international participation "Climate change and new challenges in the production of high quality and well adapted forest reproductive material". The conference will be held on December 3rd & 4th, 2019 in Jastrebarsko, Croatia: http://www.sumins.hr/sjemenarstvo60/?lang=en
We would be honoured to receive the support of IUFRO Scientific Divisions 1,2 and 8 for our scientific-expert conference.
Please have a look at the attached letter of Director's General of Croatian Forest Research Institute.
Please inform both Dr. Gradečki-Poštenjak and IUFRO HQ as soon as possible if your Division will co-sponsor the conference of our IUFRO Member Organization in Croatia. If possible, please also consider who in your Division could be the focal point at this conference.
Here are Dr. Gradečki-Poštenjak’s contact details:
Marija Gradečki-Poštenjak, Ph. D.
Croatian Forest Research Institute
Division for Genetics, Forest Tree Breeding
and Seed Science
Head of Seed Testing Laboratory
Tel: + 385 1 62 73 030
Fax: + 385 1 62 73 035
Mobile: +385 98 326 669
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Many thanks and best wishes,
Mag. Gerda Wolfrum
PR and Communication, Publications and Translation
International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO)
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Dear colleagues from Division 8,
Please request and organize your thematic and/or WP meetings. For thematic leaders please be sure to transfer this email to all WP coordinators. It will be important that all thematic leaders follow up the meetings from the WP of your theme. I also would like to receive the date/time of the different scheduled administrative meeting for our Division in order to follow up
Looking forward to see most of you in Curitiba
De : IUFRO Headquarters [mailto:email@example.com]
Envoyé : mercredi 15 mai 2019 12:20
À : Dear Division Coordinator <sandra.luque(a)irstea.fr>
Objet : IUFRO World Congress 2019 - Administrative Sessions
of Forest Research
IUFRO World Congress 2019 - Administrative Sessions
XXV IUFRO World Congress
"Forest Research and Cooperation for Sustainable Development"
Curitiba, Brazil: 29 September – 5 October 2019
Dear Unit Coordinators, dear Colleagues:
cc: Unit Deputy Coordinators (for information only)
cc: Division Coordinators
The IUFRO World Congress is an opportunity for Research Groups and Working Parties not only to present their scientific results, but also to meet and discuss administrative matters. Therefore, also during the 2019 Congress in Curitiba, time slots for administrative meetings (former "business sessions") of Research Groups and Working Parties will be available.
Dates and timeslots
Sessions will be held on Tuesday, 1st, Wednesday 2nd, Friday 4th and Saturday 5th of October over the lunch break from 12:00 to 12:50 or 13:00 to 13:50 (two 50-minute blocks) and also in the evening on Tuesday 1st and Wednesday 2nd from 17:30 to 18:20 or 18:30 to 19:20 (two 50-minute blocks). If more time (beyond 50 minutes) is needed, please indicate that in your request. Requests are accepted on a first come, first serve basis. Request forms must be completed and returned by 10 June 2019.
We would like to inform you that in addition to these administrative meetings (former "business sessions"), each Division has a fixed time slot to meet for 2.0 hrs. on Friday, 4 October 17:30 – 19:30 hrs.
How to make a reservation for administrative sessions
Reservation is now open and ends on 10 June 2019.
Research Group and Working Party Coordinators are requested to fill in the online reservation form at https://forms.gle/2Sx3wcsHRxyorFGD9, indicating a first and a second choice for the preferred date and time for their administrative meeting (former "business session").
Please note that catering can be provided upon request, but related costs have to be borne by the respective Unit.
Units that might not have succeeded in making their reservation due to potential constraints in meeting rooms will be put on a waiting list. Should a booked slot be given up by another Unit, it will be allocated to a Unit on the waiting list (first come, first serve). However, experience from previous Congresses has shown that many Units will be represented only by a few scientists. For these Units we would like to strongly recommend to hold their administrative meetings in a more informal setting.
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