Events and conferences

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3rd European Climate Change Adaptation Conference
3rd European Climate Change Adaptation Conference – Our Climate Ready Future
CBS symposium
The symposium consists of seven sessions, covering fungal applications, medical mycology, ecology, evolution, genomics, plant pathology and biodiversity.
European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly 2017
The EGU General Assembly 2017 will bring together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary and space sciences.
International Peatland Society Annual Convention 2017
International Peatland Society Annual Convention 2017: Responsible management of peatlands
International Summer School on Forest Planning and Management
Training in New Tools and Techniques
Joint EFI ATLANTIC & IEFC annual meeting
JOINT EFI ATLANTIC & IEFC ANNUAL MEETING 9-12 MAY 2017
MODELLING FOREST RESILIENCE TO PESTS AND DISEASE OUTBREAKS
A forum for the exchange of ideas and results from researchers working on inter-disciplinary modelling of the impacts of and management responses to invasive pests and diseases
Nature Based Solutions for sustainable and resilient cities
Nature Based Solutions for sustainable and resilient cities - GreenInUrbs conference
NRS Forest Science Seminars 2016/17
New programme for the seminars in 2016/17
The Trees, People and The Built Environment 3 conference
The Trees, People and The Built Environment conference is a unique gathering of built and natural environment professionals, working towards the shared goal of enhancing green infrastructure. It provides an important platform for collaboration between professions and offers new research on the environmental, social and economic benefits of urban trees.
Tree Health Workshop - South East England
An update on tree health issues - South East England
urban greenspace – space for nature and people?
At this event we’ll be discussing whether urban greenspace in Scotland is meeting our social, economic and biodiversity needs
Workshop
The aim of this workshop is to outline the new opportunities brought by existing and new satellite sensors to support operational forestry, management of emergencies, monitoring of diseases and infestations, illegal logging, disturbances and in support of research programmes.

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