Conservation and Ecology

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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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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,...
The Linnean Society of London are hosting a free evening lecture on the future of tropical agriculture at Burlington House, London.  Agricultural areas have expanded dramatically in the tropics...
Plastics in the oceans is the most-talked-about environmental issue of 2018. Progress appears to be being made, with the 5p charge on plastic bags and a proposed ban on plastic straws. But do ...
Plastics in the oceans is the most-talked-about environmental issue of 2018. Progress appears to be being made, with the 5p charge on plastic bags and a proposed ban on plastic straws. But do ...
In recent years there has been a surge in recognition of the positive impact behavioural science can have to help reduce the demand for a range of endangered species products; including rhino...
Water quality is a crucial indicator to the health of river ecosystems, yet as many as 47% of European water-bodies do not meet ‘good ecological status’. With more than 189,000 km of river in the UK...

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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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