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CIEEM Conferences 2018

CIEEM Conferences 2018

11 Jul 2018

Welsh Conference 2018 Recovering Nature: Approaches to species reintroduction and rewilding

Summary

The Conference aims to establish what rewilding is, its historical context and its value as a tool for ecological enhancement and protection. It will explore where rewilding stops and where traditional conservation management practices start. It will outline some of the measures, like species reintroduction, which can be employed to “re-wild” the landscape. Expect lively discussion, healthy debate and passionate speakers, pushing the boundaries of what might be possible in the future.

Call for papers 

We are currently looking for abstracts for our Welsh Conference. If you have a relevant project that you would like to showcase, please complete and return a pro forma to krystiehamilton@cieem.net by Tuesday 31st July.

 

CIEEM Autumn Conference 2018 Advances in Ecological Restoration and Habitat Creation

Summary

The two-day Autumn conference will bring together policy makers, land owners and practitioners to review current thinking in ecological restoration and habitat creation. Drawing on examples from a wide range of ecosystems, the conference sessions will examine the different stages of the ecological restoration and habitat creation process from the policy and legislative context through to post-implementation monitoring. Delegates attending the conference will be expecting to leave with a better understanding of the why, the how and critical factors in delivering success.

Call for Papers

We are currently looking for abstracts for our Autumn Conference. If you have a relevant project or case study that you would like to showcase, please complete and return a pro forma to krystiehamilton@cieem.net by Friday 27th July.

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