Webinars

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. 

Upcoming webinars

Enhancing urban green infrastructure: launch of the Greenkeeper tool

Thursday 14th May 2020, 1 - 2 pm Register to gain a place. (**Note that this is a date change from 2nd April as previously advertised**)

Join this webinar to discover Greenkeeper: a new online tool to support public authorities, developers and managers of urban greenspaces in the UK to make evidence-based planning and investment decisions. Greenkeeper uses big data and leading academic research to estimate visits to urban greenspaces and the benefits provided in terms of health, wellbeing, local value and carbon sequestration. It quantifies these benefits in monetary terms for any urban greenspace in the UK in a user-friendly format and without requiring any data input, standardising and making evidence accessible to decision-makers in the public and private sector. Greenkeeper has been collaboratively developed by Vivid Economics, Barton Willmore and the University of Exeter with funding support from Innovate UK. 

Introducing England's Natural Capital Atlases   

Thursday 25th June 2020, 1 - 2 pm. Register to gain a place.

National Natural Capital Atlas published! The 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. This atlas provides a nationally coherent baseline assessment to show the state of natural capital in England. This summer atlases for forty four county / combined authority areas will be produced showing the data in more detail, along with the GIS layers in a data package with user guide.
 

 

If you are not currently a member of the Ecosystems Knowledge Network do join us to receive our regular e-news including notifications of upcoming webinars. If you know of a project, tool or partnership that you think provides a learning opportunity for others, please do get in touch at info@ecosystemsknowledge.net

See our listing of previous webinars, with links to selected recordings.