Upcoming Landscape Ecology Events

Green Infrastructure - Interdisciplinary Design and Practical Delivery Conference

Date: Wednesday 10th July, 09:30

Location: Birmingham – Burlington Arcade, 126 New Street, B2 4JQ


The conference will focus on how, through collaboration, we can achieve more integrated design and effective implementation of GI in a variety of urban and rural scenarios. Interdisciplinary design and practical delivery of GI will be explored through presentations, case studies and professional discussion.


Further Information: http://www.cieem.net/events/523/green-infrastructure-interdisciplinary-design-and-practical-delivery


Landscapes for Life – Conference 2013

Date: 16th – 18th July 2013

Location: University College Suffolk


Management of water is one of the most important challenges that the global economy will face over the next decade. Landscapes for Life – Conference 2013 will bring delegates together in Ipswich to discuss the part that the UK's Protected Landscape Family has in ensuring that our water systems are well managed and our environment is safeguarded for future generations.


Further details and registration: http://www.landscapesforlife.org.uk/2013-conference.html


Best Practice Guide on Payments for Ecosystem Services - Webinar

Date: 22nd July 2013 3pm – 4.30pm


This webinar follows the publication of Defra’s Best Practice Guide on Payments for Ecosystems (PES) in May 2013. 


A lack of funding for the development and maintenance of GI was identified in a recent Partnership survey as a key challenge for its delivery. The webinar will ask:

  • Do PES approaches provide an opportunity for projects developing GI to fill this funding gap?
  • What projects have used/are using PES approaches to enhance GI?
  • What do I need to do to explore the use of PES for my project?


For more details and to join the webinar please follow this link: 



2nd Autumn School Detecting Cultural Landscape in Mediterranean Archaeology (DeCLaMA) – Course

Dates: September 16-20 2013

Location: Radda in Chianti


The traces of the historical land use represent the main elements in the Mediterranean Cultural Landscape, characterized by the same variety and beauty of the archaeological and architectural heritage, but are poorly known. The combination of "landscape-archeology" represents a great opportunity for economic and social development. This perspective is the basis for this course.


The course aims to provide tools for discovering and preserving the Cultural Landscapes, working towards their analysis and evaluation mainly in archaeological areas, proposing an innovative perspective of management by a multidisciplinary approach, involving botanists, archaeologists, geographers, land managers and architects.


For programme and further information: http://charcoalab.it/2nd-autumn-school-declama/


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