Network News September 2019

View Network News September 2019. In this issue: NBN Conference – why attend? Dynamic Dunescapes Consultancy offers free technical support The power of open biodiversity…

Dynamic Dunescapes

Dynamic dunescapes

Dynamic Dunescapes is a fantastic new project to restore sand dunes across England and Wales for the benefit of people, communities and wildlife. The fun,…

MEDIN survey

The Marine Environmental Data and Information Network (MEDIN) was established in April 2008 to make access to, and analysis of, marine data easier and cheaper…

A dense, well-managed hedgerow with trees. Credit Megan Gimber

Help fill the gap in hedgerow knowledge 

A survey to health-check Britain’s hedgerows The hedgerows that criss-cross our countryside are not only an iconic sight, but a vital habitat and corridor for…

The power of open biodiversity data

New GBIF Science Review demonstrates the power of free and open biodiversity data GBIF-mediated data is everyone’s data. It represents the accumulation of efforts—from small…

Life in Conservation Survey

Do you work, or do research, in conservation? The Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science (ICCS) would like to learn about your life in conservation, and the…

Network News August 2019

View Network News August 2019. In this issue: NBN Awards – last few days to nominate! Transforming the NBN Atlas NBN Conference – book before…

NERC announcements on strategy and workshops

Natural Environment Research Council has three announcements which will be of interest to the Network. 1. NERC’s public engagement with research strategy – Have your…

C. Paul Bunyard

Record roadkill to help mammal conservation

Wildlife charity People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) is calling on volunteers across Britain to record sightings of mammals, dead or alive, as part of…

Consultancy offers free technical support

Free technical support for smaller organisations or volunteer run schemes, to set up websites and social media channels. As a Corporate Supporter of the NBN…

Nature counts

We all know nature counts – but who counts nature? Nature Counts is a new species recording site from Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust, made…

Network News July 2019

View Network News July 2019. In this issue: NBN Awards – who will you nominate? NBN Conference – suggestions for Technical Session Two new NBN…

Sir Ian Boyd's keynote address at NBN Conf 2014

Defra Chief Scientist receives Knighthood

Defra’s Chief Scientific Advisor, Professor Ian Boyd, has received a Knighthood as part of the Queen’s Birthday Honours List, which was announced at the beginning…

National Plant Monitoring Scheme relaunches

Since 2015, hundreds of skilled volunteers have recorded plants in over 3000 survey plots of semi-natural habitat.  The National Plant Monitoring Scheme funded and run…

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