A free Policy Lates event discussing insect decline
Insects have hit the headlines recently. Studies suggesting declines at national and global scales have been described in terms of ‘armageddon' and ‘apocalypse' - but what is the reality, and what can we do about it?
This event will explore the evidence behind the headlines. We will consider what we know about insect declines and what we don't know, to better understand the causes and consequences of insect population changes. Our expert panel will discuss how we monitor and conserve this vital and diverse group of organisms, while addressing challenges such crop protection and control of pest species.
Professor Adam Hart, University of Gloucestershire - Panel Chair
Dr Lynn Dicks, University of East Anglia
Further panelists to be announced.
Policy Lates format
All are welcome to attend our Policy Lates series, which provides an opportunity for relaxed discussion with an interested and informed audience. The event will begin with a brief introduction from the chair, followed by short talks from our panellists, with ample time for audience questions and panel discussion. The event will conclude with informal networking over drinks and refreshments.
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This event is free and open to all. Please book using the link at the top of the page.
At the event we will share a guest list with attendees to allow for networking. If you would like to include your name and email on this list, please select the option when booking.
If you require further information contact Ellie Oakley at firstname.lastname@example.org
or on 020 3925 3444.
Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
This event is approved by the Royal Society of Biology for purposes of CPD
and may be counted as 9 CPD credits
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