I started an early draft of this editorial by commenting on the new e-newsletter, but the more observant among you will have spotted that although it arrived via e-mail it was not the format we had hoped. We tried (honestly) to get an e-version of the newsletter out for Summer as promised in earlier newsletters but work got in the way
The programme for the annual meeting has now been finalised and we hope to open registration very soon (by end of May 2010). Keep an eye on the ialeUK conference website (www.iale.org.uk/conference 2010) over the next couple of weeks to guarantee your place and take advantage of the early bird registration discount.
ialeUK publishes full conference proceedings. Price £22 (members), £33 (non-members). For a full list and details of how to order, please go to http://www.iale.org.uk/publications. Past proceedings are available on a wide range of topics:
ialeUK’s Student Conference Travel Awards are open to all students registered at a UK university who are attending a Masters course or are undertaking a doctorate. In general, awards are designed to help people attend the ialeUK annual conference and research postgraduates to travel to other meetings, including iale meetings in other countries.
What do you do and what do you know? Are You Going To the World Congress in Beijing? Scottish Environment Protection Agency Position Statement. Scottish Biodiversity Conference. IaleUK Conference 2011: Provisional dates & Venue
You are kindly invited to submit a proposal for a symposium or a training course to the 2011 IALE World Congress (Beijing: August 18-23). All presenters are invited by the symposium organizer, but the conference organizer has the opportunity to fill in contributed oral presentations into related symposiums at “empty” time slots.
Landscape ecology has emerged as an integrative framework for large scale biodiversity and conservation planning as it offers a set of principles and a common language that has the potential to link policy with practice.