What's on in conservation

November 2020

On the Brink

Over the coming decade over one million species face extinction. It is estimated that 200 species go extinct every day. We can remain silent or we can lend our voices however best we can to try to save them. On the Brink takes place online on Monday November 30th at 7pm GMT to commemorate Remembrance…

Event date: 30th November 2020 7:00pm

December 2020

Re-evaluating the relationships between biodiversity and ecosystem function with methods from the social sciences

This week Prof Paul J Ferraro joins us from Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. Paul Ferraro is a Bloomberg Distinguished Professor in the Carey Business School and the Department of Environmental Health and Engineering, a joint department of the Bloomberg School of Public Health and the Whiting School of Engineering.  Ferraro is also co-Director of the…

Event date: 2nd December 2020 4:00pm

Save the Cam

“Water companies & new developments are destroying the Cam & other rivers. How can they be stopped?” Feargal Sharkey leads a community debate, hosted by Cambridge Labour Party Environment Forum (CLEF), the Federation of Cambridge Residents’ Associations (FECRA), CPRE Cambs and Peterborough, Cambridge Friends of the Earth (CamFOE) and the Cambridge Eco Schools Council. Sign…

Event date: 8th December 2020 6:00pm

CIEEM Introduction to Nature Conservation Legislation in the UK

Having failed to meet most of its Aichi Biodiversity Targets under the Convention on Biological Diversity and with the global imperative to address climate change, there is a clear need for the UK to enable effective nature conservation by responding to these drivers. Underpinned by Brexit, this is therefore a significant period for conservation policy…

Event date: 9th December 2020 9:00am

Cambridge Natural History Society Seasonal NatHistFest

As CNHS was not able to hold its annual Conversazione and NatHistFest in April we are planning a small online Seasonal NatHistFest by Zoom at 7:30 pm on 10th December 2020. This will take the form of short, 5 minute, talks, and a quiz. It will also launch the online NatHistFest on the new CNHS…

Event date: 10th December 2020 7:30pm

Natural Cambridgeshire Partnership Forum

Come and give your advice on improving the County’s natural environment and tackling climate change Register on Eventbrite to join us on Zoom

Event date: 15th December 2020 11:00am

January 2021

Fens Biosphere Conference

Fens Biosphere Conference 2021 Big Skies, Big Vision Register now and join us on Wednesday 13 January 2021 for our online event Registration is now open for the virtual Fens Biosphere Conference 2021.   What is a Biosphere? A Biosphere is a special status awarded by UNESCO to a unique and valuable landscape. Biospheres connect…

Event date: 13th January 2021 9:00am

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