Events

CCI hosts multiple events throughout the year - most are open to the public. Find more information on upcoming and past events here.

Why birds matter: Macroecology and conservation biogeography of the world’s birds

CCI Conservation Seminar: Why birds matter: Macroecology and conservation biogeography of the world’s birds Prof Cagan Sekercioglu, University of Utah 5pm-6pm followed by drinks reception. All welcome.

Event date: 22nd January 2020

Rethinking nature: the evolving nature of science, practice and policy for the 21st century

CCI Conservation Seminar: Rethinking nature: the evolving nature of science, practice and policy for the 21st century Prof Mark Schwartz, University of California Davis 5pm-6pm followed by drinks reception All welcome

Event date: 5th February 2020

Wildcats in Scotland- the Scottish Wildcat Conservation Action Plan and beyond

CCI Conservation Seminar: Wildcats in Scotland- the Scottish Wildcat Conservation Action Plan and beyond Dr Helen Senn, Royal Zoological Society of Scotland 5pm-6pm followed by drinks reception All welcome

Event date: 19th February 2020

The illusive quest for science to make a difference

CCI Conservation Seminar: The illusive quest for science to make a difference Prof Ruth DeFries, Colombia University NY 5pm-6pm followed by drinks reception All welcome

Event date: 4th March 2020

Beyond 2020 – what next for global biodiversity?

In 2011 the Aichi Biodiversity Targets set out an ambitious plan to conserve global biodiversity. Join our panel to reflect on the achievements of the targets as they reach the end of their implementation period in 2020. We will look forward to the future as the UN work towards a global vision to live in…

Event date: 11th March 2020