Approaches to environmental monitoring for natural capital reporting across the UK: Merits of closer coordination

2nd UKEOF conference

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When: 1 March 2022, 09:30 - 15:30
Where: Online

Introduction

This conference is a unique opportunity for the environmental observation community to share knowledge and information on monitoring that informs understanding of the state and change of natural capital assets across the four nations, and consider the potential benefits of more integrated UK-scale approaches.

In the morning presentations from Professor Sir Dieter Helm, CBE, Professor Paul Leinster, CBE, and representatives from government and public bodies (ONS, NE, SG, WG), will open the event, followed by discussions with the audience. The afternoon will start with a keynote by Dr Armin Benzler (BfN, Germany), followed by a talk by Paul Robinson (JNCC). Breakout sessions will provide opportunities for participants to examine current and potential monitoring approaches in further detail, and discuss the mutual benefits and limitations of coordinating methodologies at multi-national scales.

The conference has three aims:

  1. To review regional, national and international needs for evidence;
  2. To share knowledge/information on the current natural capital-focused monitoring strategies and methodologies of the four home nations; and
  3. To identify opportunities for greater integration, as well as the mutual benefits and limitations of coordinating methodologies at wider scales (from UK upwards).

The event will take place online. It will comprise invited speaker presentations, interactive polling, a panel discussion and an interactive breakout session.

Presentations

Selected presentations given at the conference are available to view as videos (links to YouTube, hosted by UKCEH):

One presentation is also available as slides (PDF file):

Programme

The final programme is now available.

Contact

For conference enquiries, please contact the UKEOF Secretariat.

 

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