AER at CIEEM 2022 Autumn Conference

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Applied Ecology Resources (AER) is a globally accessible open resource for the management of biodiversity and the environment. We make sharing and discovering information easier for everyone in the ecological community – whether you work in research, policy or practice.

We have curated a collection of relevant reports and original research across AER and our open access journal, Ecological Solutions and Evidence (ESE), to supplement some of the individual talks and themes at the 2022 Autumn Conference by our Supporting Partner, Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management.

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SessionTalkRelevant resource
Leading the Way on Climate and NatureWhy a Natural Capital Approach is Needed to Secure the Greatest Benefits from Investing in NatureFacilitating local natural capital investment: literature review
Action 2030 – Leading the Way: Ecologists and Environmental Managers Tackling the Climate Emergency and Biodiversity CrisisRwanda climate services for agriculture: farmers willingness to pay for improved climate services.
Delivering for Nature, Carbon and PeopleChanging Client Interest and Expectations around Biodiversity and Natural CapitalThe Natural Capital approach: a framework for the successful recovery of nature in estuaries
National natural capital atlas: mapping indicators.
Nature, Carbon, People: 21st Century Nature Conservation in The National TrustHow do soil properties influence carbon storage and sequestration in newly established woodland across the UK?
Estuarine and Coastal Habitat Restoration: How it can Deliver for Communities, Nature and the Climate
Modelling potential areas for Seagrass restoration within Plymouth Sound & Estuaries SAC and Solent Maritime SAC as part of the LIFE fund Recreation ReMEDIES project, 2020.
Applying Nature-based SolutionsCarbon Storage and SequestrationHow do soil properties influence carbon storage and sequestration in newly established woodland across the UK?
How do management interventions influence soil carbon storage and sequestration in UK woodland?
Using a Catchment Assessment Toolkit to Evaluate Nature-based Solutions at a Catchment ScalePenwith Moors Ecohydrological catchment land-cover survey
Delivering at a Landscape-scaleDelivering Carbon Net Zero and Biodiversity Net Gain at Scale – a Case Study from the Ministry of JusticeThe Potential Contribution of Agroforestry to Net Zero Objectives
Beyond Carbon: Benefits and Trade-offs of Broadleaved Woodland Expansion for Multifunctional LandscapesNatureScot Research Report 1211 - Establishing woodland plants in broadleaved woods - interim best practice guidance for conservation translocations
How Can Rewilding Help Us Address the Biodiversity and Climate Crisis?NatureScot Research Report 1271 - Case studies in Large Scale Nature Restoration and Rewilding
WorkshopsWhy aren't Nature-based Solutions the Norm?Nature-based solutions for climate change in the UK: a report by the British Ecological Society.
The role of trees and woodland in delivering a nature positive, carbon negative future – challenge and collaborationImpacts of development on ancient woodland and trees: evidence review 2012-2021.
What are the impacts of agroforestry on nature recovery in the UK?
Other suggested readingCo-designed approaches to conservationCo-designed ecological research for more effective management and conservation
Co-designing the environmental land management scheme in England: the why, who and how of engaging 'harder to reach' stakeholders
Nature networksNature networks: a summary for practitioners
Decision toolsUser guide to the evidence-to-decision tool