Climate Change: Its Impact on Scotland’s Wildlife & Landscapes
CIEEM Scottish Conference 2019 will highlight key issues for Scotland and provide practical advice for delegates when they are considering climate change in their current ecological and environmental management practices.
The 2019 Scottish conference will focus on climate change and the potential impacts on Scotland’s wildlife and landscapes. The conference will focus on species distribution change in response to climate change and habitats of particular concern (montane and coastal habitats). There will be a practical aspect looking at long-term monitoring and ecological surveying and learning from each other how climate change risks and adaptation can be incorporated into EIAs. Effectiveness of management approaches in the light of climate change including natural flood management and peatland restoration will be considered.
Suitable for all
Free Student Places
CIEEM is offering 5 free places in return for submitting feedback of your impressions of the conference. The conference is a great way to network with likeminded people and gain career advice from peers and professionals.
To apply for a free Student Member delegate place please send an email to email@example.com by Tuesday 27th August the requesting that your name be entered into the draw.
Early bird bookings are available until 13th August.
Visit the CIEEM website for more information and how to book.