Biodiv-Wind is Delighted to Participate in the 7th Conference on Wind Energy and Wildlife Impacts (CWW2023)

Šibenik, Croatia – September 18-22, 2023

Biodiv-Wind  is thrilled to announce its participation in the 7th Conference on Wind Energy and Wildlife Impacts (CWW2023), scheduled to take place in Šibenik, Croatia, from September 18th to 22nd, 2023. As an international conference and one of the most significant events in the field, CWW2023 offers an invaluable platform for researchers, conservation scientists, wind industry professionals, government officials, and NGO representatives from around the world to come together, share their expertise, and collaboratively develop solutions to address the impacts of wind farms on wildlife.

CWW2023 will be held at the picturesque Amadria Park Šibenik, nestled along the stunning Adriatic coast and in close proximity to the historic city of Šibenik. Experts from diverse backgrounds will gather to deliver keynote talks, participate in sessions and workshops, and engage in field trips to onshore wind farms to witness environmental solutions in action.

The primary focus of the conference is to address the challenges faced by the wind industry in minimizing and mitigating its impact on wildlife, both onshore and offshore. Wind energy is a vital component in the global pursuit of sustainable and renewable energy sources, but it is essential to ensure that its growth is balanced with the conservation of our natural ecosystems and wildlife.

CWW2023 is organized and presented by Oikon Ltd. – Institute of Applied Ecology, a leading consulting company and research institute in the field of applied ecology in Croatia and the region, boasting 25 years of experience. They are joined by Supernatural Ltd., a Croatian consulting company specializing in assessing the impacts of renewable energy development on nature protection.

During the conference, Biodiv-Wind  will contribute to the ongoing discussions by showcasing its commitment to sustainable practices and its dedication to finding innovative solutions that harmonize wind energy development and wildlife preservation. As a key player in the wind energy industry, Biodiv-Wind recognizes the importance of collaborative efforts in addressing the challenges faced by wind farms in coexisting with local ecosystems.

CWW2023 marks the seventh edition of this vital international conference. Previous editions have been held in Norway (2011), Sweden (2013), Germany (2015), Portugal (2017), Scotland (2019), and the Netherlands (2022). The conference has grown in prominence with each iteration, attracting a diverse global audience of experts and stakeholders invested in the intersection of wind energy and wildlife conservation.