This event will be held in Glasgow across two days and will include presentations on a variety of ecological restoration and habitat creation techniques at a range of scales.
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.
First speakers announced...
Biodiversity Permaculture, developing techniques to deliver biodiversity through sustainable farming and forestry management
Tony Martin MCIEEM, E3 Ecology
Defining quantifiable objectives and monitoring methods for habitat management plans
Peter Robson CEnv MCIEEM, Scottish Power Renewables
Using historical woodland creation sites as test landscapes to inform future conservation actions
Kirsty Park, University of Stirling
More Information and Registration
To find out more and to register your attendance, please visit the CIEEM website »
CIEEM are licensed by the Society for the Environment to enable them to offer the Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) registration to their members.