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NCI Dialogue on Natural Capital Monitoring

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Public event
8 January 2016, 8:30-10:30am: Free (registration required)
at Charles Darwin House, 12 Roger Street, London, WC1N 2JU
for scientists, policy makers and other interested parties
The event will look at NC monitoring in the UK (c) James Hutton Institute

The Natural Capital Initiative Dialogue on Natural Capital Monitoring will be held at Charles Darwin House in Central London (view directions and map) on 8th January 2016 from 8:30 to 10:30 am.

Systematic monitoring of natural assets has been identified as a major challenge by both the Natural Capital Committee as well as the Government. The aim of this Dialogue is to initiate and facilitate on-going dialogue between key academic, policy and business decision-makers to find shared solutions and innovative approaches to monitoring natural capital in the UK.

The event will be chaired by Professor Rosie Hails, Director of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Science at the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology. Confirmed speakers are Professor Georgina Mace, Professor of Biodiversity and Ecosystems, Head of the Centre for Biodiversity and Environment Research at University College London, Mark Gough, Executive Director of the Natural Capital Coalition and Joe Grice, Chief Economist at the Office of National Statistics.

More information can be found on the NCI website or on the booking page on Eventbrite.


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