Conservation and Ecology

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With the world's oceans under increasing pressure from acidification, warming, habitat destruction, pollution and unsustainable fishing practices, the topic of marine protection has been a prominent...
We are delighted to announce this year's Burntwood Lecture will be Chaired by Professor Dieter Helm, Official Fellow in Economics at New College, Oxford and Professor of Economic policy at...
The Burntwood Lecture was named after Lord Burntwood, a founding member of the Institution and our first chairman. Founded in 1994 to mark his contribution to the Institution, the lecture series...

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The room for this event has changed. With the world's oceans under increasing pressure from acidification, warming, habitat destruction, pollution and unsustainable fishing practices, the topic of...
Agricultural areas have expanded dramatically in the tropics, providing food for the world's population, but posing a severe threat to natural habitats and tropical biodiversity. A crop which has...
In a modern capitalist society, is something without an ascribed monetary value considered worthless? Phrases such as ‘natural capital’ and ‘ecosystem services’ are increasingly used within the...
This webinar series will explore the culture and attitudes around entrepreneurship in the environmental science sector. Over the coming months, we will hear from a range of successful...
This webinar will explore the role of plastic in current society and how existing recycling and reprocessing infrastructure can be improved and enhanced to capture and recycle more plastic waste,...

Profile

Harold is an Associate Professor and Deputy Dean of Faculty for Applied Sciences at the University of Malawi. His key professorial responsibilities include teaching environmental engineering;...

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