Natural Capital Investment Conference 2019
Ecosystems Knowledge Network
The Royal Society, London
Thursday 28 February 2019
This innovative environmental finance conference is leading the movement to make the UK a leader in investment in the natural environment on the basis of its economic value. A restored natural environment can play a big part in resilience against flooding, water shortage and summer heat episodes. It is central to climate change adaptation. This key event will demonstrate that green finance – and green growth – offers unprecedented opportunities for financial institutions to invest in UK natural features such as woodland, peatland and wetland.
Next steps for protecting natural capital in England: value, governance and assessing policy developments
Westminster Energy, Environment & Transport Forum
Tuesday 12 March 2019
This conference will be a timely opportunity to discuss next steps for protecting the UK’s natural capital, and assess a range of developments in environmental policy
Drought and Water Scarcity: addressing curent and future challenges, International Academic Conference
Pembroke College, Oxford University
Wednesday 20 March 2019
Droughts pose a substantial threat to the environment, agriculture, infrastructure, society and culture in the UK, yet our ability to characterise and predict their occurrence, duration and intensity, as well as minimise their impacts, is often inadequate. Join us to hear about our research at our International Conference.
Biodiversity Net Gain from Policy to Practice: A transformative tool for tackling biodiversity loss?
South East England, CIEEM
Wednesday 27 March 2019
This one-day conference will bring together stakeholder perspectives to explore the rationale behind the biodiversity net gain (BNG) approach. Ecologists, environmental managers, sustainability leaders, planners, developers and policymakers all have a role to play in making BNG a game changing new tool in tackling biodiversity loss.
Link's Annual Debate 2019
3 December 2019 - save the date, more details to follow
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