The Ecosystems Knowledge Network runs webinars to share good practice, new tools and resources developed around the UK. These are one of our most popular services, serving many who otherwise could not access this type of learning opportunity.
We have the experience of running over 50 webinars. For recordings of selected events that have already taken place, see our webinar library.
We also run the Natural Capital Investment Forum, a popular subscription service that includes bimonthly webinars on the topic of financing environmental restoration.
Natural Capital Laboratory - forming a digitally integrated social and natural capital account
Thursday 4th June 2020, 1 - 2pm. Register for a place.
The Highlands of Scotland is home to a 100 acre 'rewilding' project to restore the Ancient Caledonian forest. In order to measure the outcomes from the rewilding process, AECOM is working with the Lifescape Project to operate a multi-year Natural Capital Laboratory. Join this webinar to learn the latest from the project, including the findings from the social and natural capital account that is being formed, the digital platform used to present the findings, and the role of remote sensing in capturing data remotely. Discover innovations in integrating a diverse set of data so as to understand the value of environmental restoration.
Introducing England's Natural Capital Atlases
Thursday 25th June 2020, 1 - 2 pm. Register for a place.
England's National Natural Capital Atlas uses the best available data to map out Natural England's Natural Capital Indicators to show the quantity, quality and location of ecosystem assets, as well as the flow of some ecosystem services. The Atlas provides a nationally coherent baseline assessment to show the state of natural capital in England. This summer, atlases for 44 County and Combined Authority areas will be produced showing the data in more detail, along with the GIS layers in a data package with user guide. The webinar will be presented by Alice Lord, Trish Rice and Jane Lusardi of Natural England.
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See our listing of previous webinars, with links to selected recordings.