Ecosystem Services: Taking the Next Step. Symposium, 1 June 2015. Programme now available
We are hosting a one-day Symposium on ‘Ecosystem Services: Taking the Next Step’ at the Mercure Southgate Hotel, Exeter on 1 June 2015 (09:30-16:00).
The Symposium will explore current evidence and innovation around ecosystem services and the ecosystems approach, together with a forward look for researchers and practitioners.
|09:30||Registration and coffee|
|10:00||Introduction||Professor Matt Lobley, University of Exeter|
|10.10||Sustainable intensification and ecosystem services:
Two sides of the same coin?
|Professor Michael Winter, University of Exeter|
|10:45||Exploring the factors that facilitate and hamper the
implementation of ecosystem services
|Professor Duncan Russel, University of Exeter|
|11:50||Environmental ecosystem services from South
|Professor Richard Brazier, University of Exeter|
|13:45||What do people make of the ecosystem services agenda?
Insights from an experiment in public dialogue
|Dr Rob Fish, University of Kent|
|14:30||The future of payments for ecosystem services schemes||Laurence Couldrick, Westcountry Rivers Trust|
|15:05||Biodiversity offsetting in the South West: The
current state of play and what may happen in the
|Nick Kirsop-Taylor, University of Exeter|
|15:25||Summing up and discussion||Lisa Schneidau, Devon Wildlife Trust|
Numbers are limited and places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis so don’t miss out on this opportunity and register today.The cost for the day to include lunch, refreshments and parking is £35 (concessions £15). To register, click here. Closing date for registrations 15 May.
15 April 2015