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Making a Difference in Conservation: Improving the links between Ecological Research, Policy and Practice

When Apr 11, 2016 12:00 AM to
Apr 13, 2016 12:00 AM
Attendees Follow link for registration details. Earlybird registration ends 26 February.
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The British Ecological Society and Cambridge Conservation Initiative are co-hosting a symposium on 'Making a Difference in Conservation: Improving the links between Ecological Research, Policy and Practice'. 

This meeting is held jointly with the Cambridge Conservation Initiative, along with support from DICE, the RSPB Centre for Conservation Science and Conservation Evidence. The meeting will be held at the David Attenborough Building in Cambridge, as part of its launch in April 2016. The building provides a hub for the University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute, and houses nine leading international conservation organisations and networks currently based in the Cambridge area. - See more at by following the link below: 

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