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CEP leading workshop in exploring the implications of global megatrends in the Western Balkans
CEP is leading a workshop on the “Implications of global megatrends in the Western Balkans region: Assessment of risks and opportunities, policy links and gaps” which will be held on 7-8 September 2017 in Belgrade, Serbia. This workshop is the second of two regional workshops held as part of the project Water Use in the Western Balkans: regional outlooks and global megatrends which is being delivered by CEP in collaboration with the European Topic Centre on Inland, Coastal and Marine Waters for the European Environment Agency.
The workshop will bring together regional experts to discuss risks and opportunities for the region and Western Balkans countries arising from global megatrend implications identified through the project scoping workshop held in April 2017.
This workshop will generate the following outcomes:
- A list of potential risks and opportunities each global megatrend implication presents for the region.
- An initial assessment of the likelihood of potential risks and opportunities, their extent and time-frames.
- Identifying existing policies or strategies that relate to the risks or opportunities, and any new policies or changes needed for managing risks and maximising opportunities.
For further information contact CEP's Project Manager Owen White.