The EGU General Assembly 2017 will bring together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary and space sciences. The EGU aims to provide a forum where scientists, especially early career researchers, can present their work and discuss their ideas with experts in all fields of geoscience. The EGU is looking forward to cordially welcoming you in Vienna.
7th Annual IFM Specialist Conference
This year's Institute for Fisheries Management (IFM) specialist conference will be looking at renewable energy and fisheries.
This course provides an introduction to the subject of dredging and will assist those who are responsible for commissioning and managing dredging contractors and those who regulate dredging. Our expert tutors will provide an overview of the environmental aspects of dreding, the latest technology and equipment, and the management of dredged material.
Over the two days, delegates will explore multiple aspects of a dreding project. Course modules include:
Biodiversity is the variety of all life on Earth. This includes all species of plants and animals and the natural systems that support them. Consequently, biodiversity is important for its own sake, but also because human survival depends upon it. It contributes to our economy, our health and wellbeing, and it enriches our lives.
This seminar will provide an opportunity to assess the next steps for biodiversity, wildlife conservation and natural capital, including priorities for natural environment policy in the context of Brexit.
The seminar will include:
This year's BHS Peter Wolf Symposium will be held at the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Wallingford on May 3rd & 4th. The conference is ideal for young hydrologists and those in the early stages of their careers and creates a friendly environment and a valuable opportunity for those early in their hydrological careers to learn about other science in the field, practice their presentation skills and meet other like-minded scientists.
River Rally, hosted annually by River Network, is a national conference that focuses on education, inspiration and celebration with the river and water community. Unique in its focus on connecting peers, providing practical education, inspiring courage, and celebrating achievements, River Rally brings together hundreds of people from across the United States and the world who care about water issues. Join NGO staff and volunteers, academics, agency amd foundation representatives, inductry innovators, and community leaders for the biggest (and most fun) water-foused event of the year!
The flagship event for senior asset management, capital delivery and engineering leaders within water companies and tier 1 contractors is back.
This event will address how water companies and the supply chain can collaborate better, as well as provide Ofwat's priorities for PR19 and AMP7.
Why attend this event?
The Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs have set up a number of targets to ensure the Environment Agency and other risk management authorities deliver FCERM (Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management) benefits as a result of investment and achieve their aims.
Outcome Measures are used by the Environment Agency to inform decisions about where to invest FCERM Grant in Aid. The Measures were first introduced in 2008 and revised in 2011, following the introduction of the Partnership Funding System.
This unique course is for professionals involved in environmental assessment processes (EIA, SEA and SA) across diverse sectors including built infrastructure and development planning, transport, energy, water resources and flood risk management. It will be applicable to environmental assessment practitioners and stakeholders working from project level to strategic plans; and in relation to terretrial and marine environments.