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Discounts for ESAI Members at the CIEEM Irish Conference Online: April 22nd

ESAI has teamed up with the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Managers (CIEEM) to act as media partner for the upcoming Irish Conference offering a discounted rate for all ESAI members. The conference theme ‘Conservation Approaches To Benefit Biodiversity: Big Challenges, Big Ideas’ will run online on April 22nd 2020.

As awareness of the challenges facing biodiversity conservation increases, our work as ecologists and environmental managers will inevitably come under the spotlight. How can we take advantage of new tools and emerging policy approaches that are becoming available to us? Green infrastructure planning, biodiversity net gain, rewilding, ecosystem services assessment and natural capital tools: how do these concepts help us in our work to halt biodiversity loss?

This conference will explore these approaches, looking at how we can use them in a practical setting to achieve the best outcomes for biodiversity enhancement. We will showcase sector-specific examples of how they are applied across a range of landscapes and habitats. We will also explore how they fit into the planning system and current legal and policy requirements. Delegates will get a bigger picture of biodiversity conservation in Ireland and understand where different approaches are appropriate and how to get the best results in their work.

ESAI members are eligible for discounted tickets - €68/£60. Simply specify your membership at the checkout to qualify.

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