The Economic Value of Hunting

During this Conference, we explored the various economic dimensions of hunting in Europe.

Hunting is a popular activity throughout Europe and plays an important conservation, economic and cultural role within society.

During this Conference, we explored the various economic dimensions of hunting in Europe.

Presentations and discussions featured on the economic impact of hunting at national, European and industry levels.

We also discussed how the economics of hunting can be better integrated into future national and EU policies on conservation and rural development as well as ongoing approaches towards evaluating ecosystem services.

Agenda of the conference

Tuesday, 27 September 2016 from 16:00 to 18:00 (CEST)
European Parliament – Room ASP 3E2


Information about the event

DATE: Tuesday, 27 September 2016
TIME: from 16:00 to 18:00 (CEST)
VENUE: European Parliament, Brussels – Room ASP 3E2

MEETING POINT FOR ACCREDITATION
Due to increased security in Brussels, participants are requested to arrive 45 minutes in advance – 15h15 – at the Simone Veil Entrance, Altiero Spinelli building, European Parliament – 1047 Ixelles, Brussels.

Participants will be requested to show their ID.

Advanced confirmation of your participation is required by the 20th September 2016, specifying your name, surname, date of birth, nationality, number and type of ID document.

Event Registration

Advanced confirmation of your participation is required
REGISTRATIONS ARE CLOSED.
THE “BIODIVERSITY, HUNTING, COUNTRYSIDE” INTERGROUP

The European Parliament Intergroup “Biodiversity, Hunting, Countryside”, known as the “Hunting Intergroup”, promotes the role of hunting and other forms of sustainable use of natural resources. It tackles topics related to biodiversity, wildlife management, rural development and forestry and discusses current subjects whilst building the bridge between civil society and decision makers.

FACE has provided the Secretariat for this intergroup since 1985 while the European Landowners Organisation serves as Co-secretariat.
www.face.eu/intergroup

FACE – The European Federation for Hunting and Conservation

The European Federation for Hunting and Conservation (FACE), established in 1977, represents the national hunting associations in 35 countries comprising of 7,000,000 hunters as an international non-profit-making non-governmental organisation (INGO).

This makes FACE the largest democratically representative body for hunters in the world and is probably one of the largest European civil society organisations. FACE is the Voice of European Hunters, we ensure hunting remains good for hunters, society and nature.
www.face.eu

FACE – Rue F. Pelletier 82, 1030 Brussels, Belgium – +32 (0) 2 732 6900 – communication@face.eu