Agri-environment measures following CAP reform: can we still achieve wildlife revival?
We would like to invite you and your colleagues to the second Game & Wildlife Conservation Research Conference taking place on 13th May.
HOW CAN WE DO MORE WITH LESS?
As you know, the State of Nature report made gloomy reading and the latest CAP reforms will present a new set of challenges as we attempt to achieve our 2020 conservation targets.
We are therefore holding this conference to mobilise conservationists, farmers, policy makers and all those wishing to meet future conservation targets.
We will discuss how we can inspire the continued revival of wildlife populations and share our latest thinking and new research findings with you.
ONLY 150 TICKETS AVAILABLE
Places are strictly limited so we advise you to take advantage of our early booking discount offer of £5 off, making tickets only £40 each with lunch provided.
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Tuesday 13th May - 10.15am - 4.15pm
Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers)
Exhibition Road Doors Entrance
1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR
• Keynote speech
- Richard Benyon MP
• Policy setting: What are the challenges facing the Agri-Environment Measures?
- Alastair Leake, GWCT Director of Policy
• Cluster Farms: Getting farmers to work together at the landscape scale
- Peter Thompson, GWCT Field Officer
• The Marlborough Downs Nature Improvement Area: Experiences from a farmer-led initiative
- Chris Musgrave, MD - Musgrave Management Systems
• Optimal use of Agri-Environment in the landscape: How can we do better?
- John Holland, GWCT Head of Farmland Ecology
• Our Catchment sensitive farming project
- Chris Stoate, Head of Allerton Project Research
• Farmland insect declines: Climate change or intensive management? The case for more mitigation
- Julie Ewald, GWCT Head of Geographic Information Systems
• Wader recovery in the Avon Valley: A new farmer-led initiative
- Andrew Hoodless, GWCT Head of Wetland Research
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