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Events (Conferences, fairs etc)

 

Professional events, conferences, fairs etc. held for the countryside, arboriculture, wildlife, ecology and conservation sectors.

23/06/2021 Climate Justice: An introduction - Free Webinar at Online 1 Day

Centre for Alternative Technology Contact: c-js.info/3gHpjEw gsmo@cat.org.uk

Environmentalist, poet, painter and CAT Graduate School guest lecturer Judy Ling Wong will offer an accessible and honest introduction to the field of climate justice. She will outline the often ignored political, ethical and social contexts to the environmental crisis, and, importantly, how they all intersect.

24/06/2021 A Decade of Dsicovery: Community Solutions to Benefit Nature and Health at Online 1 Day

European Centre for Environment and Human Health Contact: c-js.info/3uq5uX1

As the European Centre for Environment and Human Health celebrates our 10th anniversary, we invite you to join us for the second in our series of Peninsula Forum events. In this session our team of academics will be joined by collaborating partners and businesses to discuss the opportunities that the G7 summit is likely to offer in creating a thriving community united around our health and wellbeing and in balance with our natural environment.

30/06/2021 A shark’s eye view: using tracking technologies to understand and protect Basking sharks. at Virtual 1 hour Days

Field Studies Council Contact: c-js.info/34kIGgM ecoskills@field-studies-council.org

The FSC is delivering a series of free webinars. These events comprise of a talk from a guest speaker, followed by a Q&A session. In this talk, we’ll explore how novel tracking technologies have provided invaluable insight into mysteries surrounding Basking sharks and helped in this species conservation.

06/07/2021 Treescapes2021 at Online 3 Days

University Researchers in collaboration with RFS and other Contact: www.birmingham.ac.uk/treescapes2021

Live online. Get involved! Key note speakers, talks and workshops bringing researchers and woodland practitioners together. Led by early career researchers at Bangor, Birmingham and the Open University in collaboration with RFS, CENTA, Envision and The Forest Edge Maximum ticket just £30 for all three days! Students £10. 10am-2.30pm

07/07/2021 Climate Justice: A just transition - Free Webinar at Online 1 Day

Centre for Alternative Technology Contact: c-js.info/3q3Za6Z gsmo@cat.org.uk 01654 704966

Join us for our new series of free online webinars focused on climate justice. On 7 July, CAT lecturer Scott Leatham and CAT student Tanya Hawkes will explore the theory and practice of the just transition movement in the UK.

16/07/2021 Identifying Long Term Evidence Needs for Biodiversity Net Gain at Online via zoom 1 Day

CIEEM Contact: c-js.info/2SCbgYA enquiries@cieem.net 01962 868626

Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG) is expected to become mandatory in England when the Environment Bill becomes law later this year. Many local planning authorities and developers are already introducing policies to support BNG delivery. How will we know if such a policy shift has delivered on the ambition to halt biodiversity loss from development and provide enhancements. What longer term research is needed, over and above monitoring, to provide evidence of this policy’s impact? Legislation is not enough. We need evidence of its effectiveness.

04/08/2021 Climate Justice: Climate change and racism - Free Webinar at Online 1 Day

Centre for Alternative Technology Contact: c-js.info/3wAh2sI gsmo@cat.org.uk

On 4 August, CAT students, climate justice organisers and writers Jo Becker and Michael Lomotey outline the links between racism and the environmental crises, as well as highlighting theories and tools to help us explore more equitable and just futures.

18/08/2021 Conference - Our Living Landscape: Communities Leading Change at Online 1 Day

Coigach & Assynt Living Landscape Contact: c-js.info/2U95vlH coigach-assyntconference@scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk

Coigach & Assynt Living Landscape is a community-led partnership working to improve the environmental and economic prospects of this remote part of Scotland. As it comes to an end this conference showcases what has been achieved, shares our knowledge, and give participants the opportunity to network with other landscape-scale practitioners.

10/09/2021 2021 Spurn Migration Festival at Kilnsea, Hull 3 Days

Spurn Bird Observatory Contact: c-js.info/3utNH1b

04/10/2021 Europarc Conference 2021: Tribute to our landscape – Where nature and people meet in harmony at Leeuwarden, The Netherlands 4 Days

Europarc Contact: www.europarc2021.nl/

25/10/2021 Anthropology and Conservation Virtual Conference at Online 5 Days

Royal Anthropological Institute Contact: c-js.info/3tu555f

16/11/2021 CIEEM 2021 Autumn Conference: Management, Mitigation and Monitoring at TBC 2 Days

CIEEM Contact: c-js.info/3up4dzl enquiries@cieem.net 01962 868626

Our two-day conference will support excellence in the survey, management, and monitoring of, and mitigation of impacts on, habitats and species by sharing new case studies, introducing novel approaches and stimulating debate with expert practitioners. Presentations will cover practice at a range of scales and in a variety of contexts including conservation management, development planning and sustainable land use.

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