ELCA Exchange - EQF
‘Mobility to gain great international experience, expand networks, develop skills and experience. To reach common understanding about EQF levels, professional levels, professional behaviour, outcomes and assessment criteria.’
EU Platform Urban Greening
‘Project to increase the knowledge and skills required to address climate adaptation, biodiversity and well-being in the urban, green living environment, and to broaden the expertise among professionals in Europe.’
‘At this leading trade fair for urban greenery and open spaces, there is more to discover and experience about nature-based solutions for the climate change challenges.’
Business Benefits to Entering Awards Competitions
‘Entering for awards can raise the credibility and visibility of your company, its brand and products. It opens doors to new business and new contacts. Employees feel better too, staff morale and motivation often improve If done as a team exercise, a case where shared perspective results in a better outcome.’
EU Year Greener Cities
‘What’s in it for me. How to be part of the EU movement for Living Green.’
Thursday 12 May 2022 ELCA Presidium
Friday 13 - Saturday 14 May 2022 ELCA CoF Professional Excursion
EU Green Week helps improve public understanding of EU environmental policies, it features debates about their future development, and it improves the overall image of the EU among citizens and stakeholders around Europe.
In addition to a high-level conference in Brussels, EU Green Week 2022 will also feature a series of partner events organised across Europe. These events will broaden involvement, and we look forward to receiving contributions from a wide variety of sectors around the EU.
ELCA meetings and conferences
Trend Award Ceremony
Thursday 6 October 2022 ELCA Presidium
Friday 8 - Saturday 9 October 2022 ELCA CoF Professional Excursion
Wuhrmann Garten AG
Marc Wuhrmann presents his company and provides an overview of the activities of a modern-day horticultural business in Switzerland.
Seleger Moor park
Professional visit with Marc Wuhrmann, a member of the Board of Trustees of Seleger Moor and Silvan Fluder, in charge of botanical and design aspects of the park.