Wednesday, 27 August 2014

6 reasons to attend the 2014 GWCT Members' Conference

This year's GWCT Members' Conference, entitled 'Raising our Game in a challenging world', is taking place on Wednesday 29th October at the Royal Geographical Society in London and we would love to see you there.

Rather than bore you with a series of presentations and slides we're looking to make the conference as interactive as possible and are encouraging questions from the floor throughout the day.

There are only 150 places available so you are advised to book early.

6 reasons to attend the conference

1. Listen to great guest speakers including RSPB Chief Executive Mike Clarke who'll be talking about the conservation value of shooting and Sir John Randall MP who'll be highlighting the importance of GWCT-published research being made widely available.

2. Discover how GWCT research continues to have a major say in how our countryside is managed.

3. Quiz our team of scientists on our current research programme.

4. Learn how our important work shapes policy from Westminster to Edinburgh.

5. Have your say throughout the day by asking questions during the conference.

6. Take the optional private tour of the Royal Geographical Society Collections – “Icons of Exploration: material relating to Livingstone, Stanley, Shackleton and Scott” before the conference begins.

Limited availability

Places are limited to just 150 so you are advised to book your place online now.

Event details

Location: Ondaatje Theatre, Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR (Entrance: Exhibition Road Doors)

Date: 29 October 2014
Time: 10:00am to 4:00pm
Price: £40.00 (members), £60 (non-members), £10 (optional tour)
Telephone: 01425 651010

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