Transformative Change – What does this approach to conservation mean for the UK?
The British Ecological Society’s policy team, in partnership with the University of York, is hosting a Pie and a Pint (PAAP) night in York on Wednesday, 20 November from 4.30-7.15pm.
The event will kick off with short talks from experts with views on what transformative change could mean for conservation in the UK. This will be followed by a short Q and A after which you will get a chance to express your views in an informal setting in the workshop-style discussions.
After the group work, there will be a chance to catch up with colleagues over a free pie and a pint. A blog of the event and a report capturing the key points and recommendations made by speakers and attendees will be made available on the BES website. The event is free but places are limited- book your ticket here.
Chair: Prof Chris Thomas, University of York
· Prof Callum Roberts, University of York
· Rachael Brice, CEO Yorkshire Wildlife Trust
· Dr Ioan Fazey, University of York
If disabled access is required please let us know in advance and this will be accommodated.
About Pie and a Pint events
The “Pie and a Pint” meetings were started by the BES-Scottish Policy Group, the idea being for scientists and policy makers to meet together informally to discuss a relevant key policy topic over a pint and some food (it is all free, being paid for by the BES).
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