Our events around the UK help professionals and volunteers to be more effective in their work. They are unique learning opportunities. Our events always involve a new mix of people, reaching beyond the traditional 'environment' sector.
We have the exerience of running over 60 conferences, workshops, webinars, seminars and training events throughout the UK. Browse our current events below.
Participatory land use planning as a mechanism for delivering sustainable land use
- Glasgow, 6th September 2017 10am - 4.30 pm. A unique course with a practical focus that will benefit planners and others involved in decisions about how land is used and managed. Find out more and book.
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- Commissioning green prescriptions
- Incorporating ecosystem services and natural capital into environmental assessment
Natural Capital Accounting at the local and landscape scale: an introduction
- Leeds, 7th September 2017 1pm - 5 pm. From private estates to local authorities, there is now widespread interest in the use of accounting frameworks to understand the value of the natural environment. These half day seminars are an ideal way to understand how the accounts are produced and what they can offer. Find out more and book.
We run a popular series of webinars to share good practice, new tools and resources developed around the UK. The next webinars are:
An introduction to participatory land use planning: making it work for people and the environment - Thursday 13th July 1 - 1.30pm
Applying the natural capital and ecosystem service concepts – a test case from Scotland - Thursday 28th September 2017 1 - 2 pm
Integrated environmental management - fulfilling the UK's international obligations - Thursday 30th November 2017 1 - 2pm
Visit our Webinars page to find out more and reserve your free place.