Combining abilities, creating synergies, enhancing performances. Invitation Parks, both historic and modern, are intensively managed, high quality environments. From 2012 to 2014 the partners, stakeholders and experts of Hybrid Parks investigated how to combine approaches and policies to further increase the contributions of parks to sustainable urban and regional development and mitigation strategies. Workshops, conferences, excursions, good practice reports and case studies fostered the professional exchange to act as a guideline for the future management of parks and gardens in Europe. The Final Conference presents the unique resources of parks, the advantages of cooperation and the need to achieve additional economic, social and environmental benefits to attract more visitors using parks as comfort places. Four tandems with speakers on behalf of all partners introducing the major outcomes with external experts, who will focus their view from outside on the project, will present the Hybrid Parks Model: Final Conference INTERREG IVC 2014, September 15th and 16th Cologne, Germany 2012 - 2014 Rhineland Regional Council (LVR) LVR-Landeshaus, Kennedy-Ufer 2, 50679 Cologne Hybrid Parks Final Conference Monday, September, 15th www.hybridparks.eu 8.45 a.m. Opening Program hosted by: Roswitha Arnold, Germany, Hybrid Parks LVR 9.00 a.m. Milena Karabaic Germany, Head of the LVR Department for Culture and Environment Katja Ecke Germany, JTS Finance Officer INTERREG IVC Alan Thornley UK, Chairman EU- INTERREG IVC Hybrid Parks 10.00 a.m. Kick off: Parks and Gardens – More than nice pictures Philip Smith United Kingdom CEO International Garden Photographer of the Year 10.30 a.m. Urban (Re) Development Wolfgang Rembierz and Evamaria Küppers-Ullrich Germany, Hybrid Parks Partner Dr. Roland Bernecker Germany, Secretary-General German Commission for UNESCO 11.30 a.m. Coffee break 11.45 a.m. Environment: Public Awareness Dr. Pawel Kojs Poland, Hybrid Parks Partner Silesian Botanical Garden Todd Forrest USA, Arthur Ross Vice President for Horticulture and Living Collections The New York Botanical Garden 12.45 p.m. Hybrid Parks Model Summary I: Urban (Re) Development and Environment Jens Spanjer Christian Gruessen 1.15 p.m. Germany, Hybrid Parks Leadpartner Schloss Dyck Foundation Germany, Hybrid Parks Project Manager Lunch 2.15 - 6.30 p.m. Excursion: Green Belt of Cologne, Jewish Quarter, Cologne Cathedral Hybrid Parks Final Conference Tuesday, September, 16th 9.45 a.m. www.hybridparks.eu Opening 10.00 a.m. Social: Widening the Audience Cecilia Liljedahl Sweden, Hybrid Parks Partner Consultant Michele Mellara Italy, Film-maker and Director 11.00 a.m. Coffee break 11.15 a.m. Culture: Protection of Heritage Geoffroy de Longuemar France, Hybrid Parks Partner Ed Bennis UK, Landscape Architect Manchester Metropolitan University, University of Novi Sad, Serbia 12.15 a.m. Hybrid Parks Model Summary II: Social and Culture Jens Spanjer Christian Gruessen Germany, Hybrid Parks Leadpartner Schloss Dyck Foundation Germany, Hybrid Parks Project Manager 12.45 p.m. peak values: Parks from Finland to Malta, from France to Poland Alan Thornley 1.00 p.m. Lunch UK, Chairman Hybrid Parks 2.00 - 6.30 p.m. Excursion: Königswinter, Schlosspark Drachenburg The Conference will be in English and simultaneously translated into German. Also the guided tours were offered in both languages.
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