Dr Heike Schroeder, Senior Lecturer, School of International Development, University of East Anglia
Calendar of Events
This it the biodiversity institute's event page. You can see all our current and previous event listings. We will be posting new events regularly so make sure you check this page often.
March 7, 2014
EGI Seminar – Dr Patrik Nosil (University of Sheffield) All welcome
March 4, 2014
Mark Avery, Former head of conservation at RSPB and Paul Jepson School of Geography and the Environment A debate on the pros and cons of large conservation organisations, where they have succeeded and how they sometimes fail. Have large conservation organisations really been effective in preventing biodiversity loss? Are they the best bodies to coordinate conservation efforts and do
March 3, 2014
Professor Sir John Lawton
February 28, 2014
Annual OCTF Members’ Day – all welcome, booking essential via https://bookwhen.com/octf As in previous years, the Members’ Day will take the format of a number of presentations from OCTF Member Organisations from 2pm to 5pm in the School of Geography lecture theatre, followed by a drinks reception at the University Club – a chance to meet and chat with other
February 26, 2014
Part of the Natural Capital Seminar Series. Open to all. See the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment‘s website for more information about the seminar series.
February 20, 2014
By Prof Kathy Willis, Dr Peter Long and Dr Timos Papadopoulos This seminar is part of the Oxford Martin School Hilary Term seminar series: Blurring the lines: the changing dynamics between man and machine The present era is critical for the planet’s biodiversity, which is experiencing radical changes at a rate unprecedented in history. Population growth, industry and agriculture all place increasing
February 14, 2014
EGI Seminar – Dr Anthony Waldron All welcome
February 7, 2014
Introducing Plant your Future: Creating a Model for Smallholder Sustainable Agriculture in the Peruvian Amazon
Jenny Henman, Chairman, Plant your Future and Edward Mitchard, Trustee, Plant your Future and researcher at the University of Edinburgh
January 28, 2014
Members of the Department involved in biodiversity research are presenting an overview of their work in a series of 5-min talks and Q&A sessions. Talks have been timetabled but others are welcome to attend. Download the schedule and talk titles here (Word doc).