Climate Change Ecology

Developing a community of people working on climate change issues

Contact

Secretary: Mike Morecroft
Student Representative: Katherine Maltby
Blog and social media: BES Climate Change Ecology SIG blog and Facebook

Background

The Climate Change Ecology Group helps foster a vibrant community of ecologists who are all working on climate change issues. This includes a full range of climate change impacts, adaptation and mitigation and related topics, relevant to ecology.

Join the mailing list

Contact Mike if you would like to join the mailing list and find out more about group’s latest news and activities.

Aims

  • Develop the community of ecologists working on climate change issues.
  • Provide a forum for discussion of science and its application to policy and practice
  • Organise meetings and produces outputs that are highly relevant to scientists, policy makers and conservation practitioners

Meetings and Events

28 – 28 March 2017: Workshop on Blanket Bog and Climate Change
This is a joint Climate Change Ecology and Peatland Research Group workshop to advance our understanding of the impacts of climate change on blanket bogs and the implications for conservation.
More information & Registration

4 May: Workshop on Ecology and the National Climate Change Adaptation Programme
This workshop is your chance to contribute to the development of the next National Adaptation Programme; it is jointly organised by BES, Defra, Natural England and RSPB.
More information and Registration