- Of interest
Scotland International Marine Conference
Date: 20th – 21st February, 2019
Scotland’s International Marine Conference 2019 will focus on current national and international actions to protect the marine environment. Through discussion we will aim to identify emerging threats to our seas and consider what new measures are required to protect the marine environment for future generations.
More details can be found here: https://www.marineconference2019.scot/
Date: 23rd – 24th January, 2019
This conference offers:
- Strong perspectives – from key stakeholders and industry leaders, who take a proactive approach to the sustainability agenda.
- Reviews – from acknowledged experts in many subjects.
- Future trends – pointers to future areas of activity which will directly affect your work
- Networking – an excellent opportunity to meet those at the forefront of these issues
Jenny Oates, UK SEAS Project Manager will be presenting on our progress with sustainable finance.
More info available here: http://coastal-futures.net/
Valuing Nature Conference
Date: 13th – 14th November, 2018
This two day conference brings together people from diverse research areas and from business, policy and practice with the common goal of tackling Valuing Nature challenges.
Royal Geographical Society Annual International Conference
Date: 28th – 31st August, 2018
Location: Cardiff University, Cardiff
UK SEAS ran a workshop session at the Royal Geographical Society’s Annual Conference on how we are supporting sustainable management of the UK’s marine protected areas.
South West Marine Ecosystem Conference, 2018
Date: 13th April, 2018
Location: Plymouth University
We gave a presentation at the South West Marine Ecosystem conference entitled “Inspiring people to connect to our beautiful UK SEAS”
South West Marine Natural Capital Conference 2017
Date: 11th July, 2017
Location: Exeter Racecourse
The first South West Marine Natural Capital Conference provided an excellent opportunity for leading practitioners, businesses and interested stakeholders to learn more about natural capital, the Natural Capital Approach, and the region’s marine and coastal assets; as well as finding out how they could get involved with the three partnership projects that are commencing in the region. Over 150 people attended the event, from a range of professions and interests. The conference will be used to help guide work within the Marine Pioneer, SWEEP and WWF - UK SEAS projects.