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Joint Symposium with the Norwegian Ecological Society (NØF): Treelines and Beyond.

Norway, 3-4 September 2018

Registration & abstract submission have now opened for this event, which will bring together leading practitioners and scientists from across Europe in Bergen this September, to discuss the treeline ecotone. There will also be a satellite meeting in Perth, Scotland on the final afternoon where there will be a live web-linked panel discussion between Norway and Scotland.


Valuing Landscape Conference and IFLA Europe General Assembly 2018

University of Greenwich, Stockwell Street Library, 10 Stockwell Street, London, SE10 9BD.  6-7 September 2018

The Landscape Institute is offering discounted rates to CIEEM members and you can now view the complete conference programme online here:

With over 40 world-class international speakers confirmed, the up-to-date list can be viewed here:, also attending delegates will have the opportunity to attend a spectacular post-conference networking event, hosted by sponsors, Vestre, which will include drinks reception and mini music concert! (NB: Places are limited and delegates will need to register in advance to avoid disappointment):

Finally, here’s a direct link to the booking page: - please do remember that  CIEEM members are eligible for member rates!


National Bat Conference 2018

University of Nottingham, 7-9 September 2018

The National Bat Conference is the biggest event in the bat calendar. A weekend of exciting talks, workshops and a conference dinner on the Saturday evening. The conference is an opportunity to learn about new discoveries in the world of bat conservation, catch up with old friends and meet new ones. 

For more information please see:


Strategic Planning for Landscape-Scale Conservation Symposium

ARUP, 8 Fitzroy Street, London W1T 4BQ, 11 October 2018

This event aims to share knowledge and best practice regarding strategic, landscape-scale planning for biodiversity, not just bats.

For more information download this flyer, or go to


Dormouse Mitigation Conference

Natural History Museum, London, 16 November 2018 

Purpose: The Dormouse Mitigation Conference is a must for anyone involved in dormouse surveying, licencing and mitigation. You will get updates on survey technique, how to plan mitigation strategies and updates to licencing legislation and meet with dormouse ecologists from across the country – all in the magnificent setting of the Natural History Museum!

Ticket price for one day conference – £145

Early bird discount available until 30th June – £120

For more information and to book your place please visit:


The River Restoration Centre

FREE attendance! A programme of events for sharing and embedding best practice that benefits agriculture, floods, economy and the environment

Purpose: Share evidence, good practice and help embed learning at a catchment scale and; Build future relationships between communities, institutes and partnerships

What? 14 events including profitable farming and land management, flood risk and asset management and fish and wildlife passage. Visiting 12 catchments in England, exchanging experiences and lessons learnt.

For more information and to book your place please visit: