Summer Conference Fit for the future: Developing an ecologically resilient protected sites network

Summary

2018 marks the 40th anniversary of the development of a strategic network of nature reserves. This conference celebrates the achievements of this crucial cornerstone of UK nature conservation strategy but also looks forward.

Description

Brexit provides an opportunity to re-think our strategy around the creation of an ecologically coherent network of designated sites on land and at sea. Drawing on research evidence we will explore whether there are alternative approaches that can account for the impacts of climate change and reflect our current understanding of ecological resilience, scale and the importance of connectivity.

Call for Papers

CIEEM and The Wildlife Trust are currently seeking proposals for presentations for the Summer Conference. If you are interested, please return the completed pro forma to krystiehamilton@cieem.net by Friday 18th May.

Early bird rates are now available

Please note that if you work for a Non Governmental Organisation or Local Authority, you are eligible for a CIEEM member (Fellow, Full, Associate, Graduate) ticket rate.

Would you like to exhibit at our Summer Conference? We have an early bird discount rate available until 31st May! If you’re interested, please complete and return a booking form to emmadowney@cieem.net or to enquiries@cieem.net.

Refreshments and lunch will be provided.

How to Apply

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Please mention ConservationJobs.co.uk when enrolling in this Course!

Key Information

Start date:

12th July 2018 at 10:00am

Cost:

CIEEM Member: Fellow, Full, Associate, Graduate £150.00; Qualifying, Retired £100.00; Student £30.00 | Non Member: £160.00; Student £50.00

Organisation:

CIEEM

Type:

Short

Sectors:

Conservation, Ecology, Environment

Location:

London, United Kingdom