Brexit & early-career ecologists: the risks, opportunities & what we can do

The BES Conservation Ecology Special Interest Group are hosting an ecology-themed Brexit event in February to decode what Brexit could mean for those just embarking on their careers in conservation ecology. Keynote speakers include Dame Georgina Mace (UCL) and Prof Charlotte Burns (University of Sheffield), and will be followed by more discursive breakout sessions in the afternoon. The day will be aimed at empowering early-career ecologists with the know-how and ideas to better deal with the implications of Brexit for their careers.

The workshop will be held on Wednesday 20th February, 10am until 4pm, at Charles Darwin House in London.

Registration fees are £15 for the day and include tea, coffee and lunch.

Further details of the programme will be announced soon. Email Andy Suggitt (andrew.suggitt@york.ac.uk) with any queries.

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