Workshop for Economists and Ecologists: Forging interdisciplinary links to inform public policy
8th May 2012
NCI is organising a workshop to encourage greater interdisciplinary working and knowledge exchange between economists and ecologists. The chosen case study theme is sustainable agriculture. Click here for details.
Enabling citizen choices about land use and the natural environment
16th February 2011
An open forum to draw together lessons from projects that make citizens more central in choices about land use and the natural environment. Click here for details.
Ecosystem services and the delivery of health benefits
28th September 2010
This one day seminar explored how health considerations can be integrated into the ecosystems approach, and into planning and development decisions more broadly. Click here for details.
Towards no net loss and beyond
June, September and December 2010
Three inter-disciplinary workshops that addressed challenges for the increased use of biodiversity offsetting in the UK. Click here for details.
15 June 2009
A debate on Sustainable Cities held at the British Library. Speakers included Ken Livingstone, Lorna Walker, Peter Wilder and William Bird. Click here for details.
21 January 2010
Professor Rosie Hails of the NCI led a discussion hosted by the British Library entitled 'GM crops and food security: curing the world’s growing pains?’ Click here for details.
Valuing our Life Support Systems
29 April-1 May 2009
A three-day symposium aimed to identify gaps in research, policy and implementation of an ecosystem approach and recommend solutions. Cick here for details.