Valuing Nature Annual Conference 2019 - Overview

The Royal Society, London is the venue for this year’s Valuing Nature Annual Conference, which will take place on Monday 28th and Tuesday 29th October. 

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The 2-day conference, funded by the Valuing Nature Programme, will bring together people from diverse research areas and from business, policy and practice to share latest research findings from the programme and beyond, and to improve the ways in which we incorporate findings into practice. 

Attendees at Valuing Nature Conference 2018  said:

“Great as always to meet people thinking about things in different ways.”

“Great speakers, diverse projects at different stages and from different locations.”

“I particularly enjoyed the sessions on research with real world impact and the final summary with the panel speakers. “

Broad Objectives for the Conference:

This year’s conference will have three broad objectives:

(i) providing a space for sharing research findings and outputs, as well as experiences of valuing nature in practice, including how these approaches can integrate and complement other approaches to protect ecosystems, ecosystem services, and health and wellbeing;

(ii) highlighting the achievements of this five-year research programme and associated research projects; and

(iii) exploring the future for valuing nature research and practice. 

Programme timeline:

The conference will start with registration at 11.30 am on Monday 28th October 2019 and will include a light dinner in the evening. The conference will end on Day 2 at 4:15 pm.  See draft programme for more details:

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Valuing Nature Conference 2019

The full programme will be available early October