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Invité de la "Conference on Soil Remediation and Soil Sealing" organisée par la Commission européenne + doc de présentation

sols pollués, érosion, remédiation, conférence, commission européenne, dg environnementJ'ai l'honneur d'être invité ce 10 mai à intervenir lors d'une conférence évènement, organisée par la Commission européenne (DG ENV) sur un sujet esssentiel et qui me tient à coeur : la protection des sols. Mon document de présentation peut être téléchargé ici.

 

 

Soil remediation and soil sealing

Conference organised by
the Environment Directorate-General of the European Commission
Thursday 10th and Friday 11th May 2012
Charlemagne Building, rue de la Loi 170, 1000 Brussels

 

 

(Draft as of 26.1.2012)

 

 

Thursday 10th May 2012

Time

Provisional title

Possible speaker

8.30

Registration desk opens

9.30-9.40

Welcome and Introduction

Karl Falkenberg, Director-General, Environment Directorate-General, European Commission

9.40-10.00

Addressing soil contamination, land take and soil sealing: good for the environment, good for the economy

Janez Potočnik, Environment Commissioner, European Commission

10.00-10.30

The management of contaminated sites and the soil remediation industry in Denmark

Ida Auken, Environment Minister, President of the Council (Environment), Denmark [invited]

10.30-11.00

Soil pollution and health effects: lessons learnt from Porto Marghera (Venice Lagoon)

Corrado Clini, Environment Minister, Italy

11.00-11.30

Coffee break

 

Chair: Pia Bucella, Director, Nature Directorate, Environment Directorate-General, European Commission [confirmed]

11.30-12.00

The Public Health and Environment Programme of the World Health Organisation

Maria Neira, Director for Public Health and the Environment, World Health Organisation, Geneva, Switzerland [invited]

12.00-12.30

Soil pollution and the food chain: a scientist's view

Agneta Åkesson, Institute of Environmental Medicine, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden [invited]

12.30-13.00

Questions and answers

13.00-14.30

Lunch break

 

Chair: Pia Bucella, Director, Nature Directorate, Environment Directorate-General, European Commission [confirmed]

14.30-15.00

Soil remediation and urban regeneration in the Emilia Romagna Region

TBC

15.00-15.30

From industrial and coal mining area to new economic uses and cultural renaissance: the role of soil remediation in the Ruhr area

Wilhelm Koenig, Head of Soil Department, Ministry for Climate Protection, Environment, Agriculture, Conservation and Consumer Affairs, North-Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

15.30-15.45

Questions and answers

15.45-16.15

Coffee break

 

Chair: Michael Hamell, Head of Unit, Agriculture, Forest and Soil Unit, Environment Directorate-General, European Commission

16.15-16.45

Soil contamination and the application of the polluter pays principle in France

Arnaud Gossement, Lawyer and Lecturer in Law, Sciences Po, Paris, France

16.45-17.15

The Soil Status Report as a tool for better land planning: the experience of Flanders

Eddy van Dyck, OVAM, Flanders, Belgium

17.15-17.45

The soil remediation industry in Europe: the recent past and future perspectives

Julien Perez, Ernst & Young, Paris, France

17.45-18.15

Questions and answers

18.30-19.30

Showing of the film documentary Abandoned?

 

 


 

Friday 11th May 2012

Time

Provisional title

Possible speaker

8.00

Registration desk opens

9.00-9.15

Welcome and Introduction

Alan Seatter, Deputy Director-General, Environment Directorate-General, European Commission

9.15-9.45

Soil degradation, urban sprawl and food production: can we continue wasting fertile soils?

Klaus Töpfer, Executive Director, Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, Potsdam [invited]

9.45-10.15

Global land use and soil management in a changing climate: a contribution from the International Resource Panel

Stefan Bringezu, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Wuppertal, Germany

10.15-10.45

Land imports in the EU and their impacts on the world

TBC

10.45-11.15

Questions and answers

11.15-11.45

Coffee break

 

Chair: Pia Bucella, Director, Nature Directorate, Environment Directorate-General, European Commission [confirmed]

11.45-12.00

Land take and soil sealing: an overview of the EU situation

Gundula Prokop, Austrian Environment Agency, Vienna, Austria

12.00-12.15

The impact of land take and soil sealing on the EU's ability to produce food

Ciro Gardi, Joint Research Centre, European Commission, Ispra, Italy

12.15-12.30

Questions and answers

12.30-14.00

Lunch break

 

13.10-13.55

During the lunch break, showing of the film documentary Il suolo minacciato / Land Under Threat (in Italian with English subtitles)

 

Chair: Michael Hamell, Head of Unit, Agriculture, Forest and Soil Unit, Environment Directorate-General, European Commission

14.00-14.20

The Soil Sealing Guidelines: a document of the Commission services to improve land management in the EU

Luca Marmo, Agriculture, Forest and Soil Unit, Environment Directorate-General, European Commission [confirmed]

14.20-14.40

The opportunity offered to urban regeneration by the Cohesion Policy funds post 2013

TBC

14.40-15.00

Questions and answers

15.00-15.30

Coffee break

15.30-17.00

Round table discussion

 

Land take, soil remediation and food production: the role of EU's policies

Chair: Grant Lawrence [invited]

 

Participants:

 

- Janez Potočnik, Environment Commissioner

- Johannes Hahn, Regional Policy Commissioner [invited]

- Mr Michel Delebarre, President, Commission for Territorial Cohesion Policy, Committee of the Regions [invited]

- Matthias Groote, Chair ENVI Committee, European Parliament [invited]

- Pekka Pesonen, President, COPA-COGECA

 

 

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  • Félicitation,

    La réglementation encadrant la sortie du statut de déchets des composts sera t elle abordée?

    End-of-waste Criteria for Biodegradable Waste Subject to Biological Treatment: Second Working
    Documenthttp://susproc.jrc.ec.europa.eu/activities/waste/documents/20111012-005713_IPTSEoWBiodegradablewaste2ndworkingdocument.pdf

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