The Society for Ecological Restoration (SER) is the professional Society of reference in the field of ecological restoration. It promotes the science, practice, and policy of ecological restoration to protect biodiversity, improve adaptation to climate change, mitigate its effects, and restore a healthy relationship between nature and society. For three decades, SER has given voice to this discipline and provided leadership in all aspects of its development.
The Forum brings together catchment management practitioners, data scientists and specialists to share the latest developments in catchment monitoring and citizen science, modelling, data sharing and analysis. Free and open to all, we welcome anyone who is involved or interested in using data & evidence to support catchment management and engage communities.
Water Knowledge Europe is the specialized brokerage event of Water Europe (WE) that allows you to network, to exchange knowledge and experiences, and to collaborate with key actors from across the water value chain. Combining expertise and brainpower, Water Knowledge Europe features a range of EU officials and experts who present the European Funding Calls, sharing their insights with you and providing guidance for the successful preparation of project consortia.
The Irish National Committees for the International Hydrological Programme and the International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage organise a not-for-profit National Hydrology Conference as an annual event. Since 2000, the Seminar has become a regular November event, drawing audiences of over 150 delegates from a range of backgrounds and sectors.
Journey to Resilience: Communities, Climate & Biodiversity"
This conference will examine policy priorities for tackling flooding and coastal erosion.
It looks at plans for flood and climate resilience and adaptation, practical action that can be taken, and physical infrastructure to combat risk.