The biannual North American Congress plays an important role in advancing science and stimulating conservation action through effective dialogue and far-reaching engagement. The 2018 theme is "Conservation Science, Policy and Practice: Connecting the Urban to the Wild."
The ISSRM conference is held to exchange scientific, professional and local knowledge that will connect global environmental conditions and concerns with individuals' and communities'.
The 3rd Society for Conservation Biology (SCB) Africa Section Regional Conference is a significant event that seeks to coalesce continent wide scientific research and information, energy and expertise on conservation challenges in the milieu of globalization.
Held every four years, the IUCN World Conservation Congress brings several thousand leaders and decision-makers from government, indigenous peoples, business and academia, with the goal of conserving the environment and harnessing the solutions nature offers to global challenges. The congress aims to improve how we manage our natural environment for human, social and economic development.
To conserve the world’s oceans we must go beyond science, and use it to inform policy and management, and ultimately to catalyze change. The Society for Conservation Biology's International Marine Conservation Congress (IMCC) brings together conservation professionals and students to develop new and powerful tools to further marine conservation science and policy.
The Society for Conservation Biology (SCB) Oceania section is proud to team up with the University of Queensland Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation Science (CBCS) to host the 4th Oceania Congress for Conservation Biology (OCCB). The meeting will bring together the community of conservation professionals to address conservation challenges and present new findings, initiatives, methods, tools and opportunities in conservation science and practice.
The 53rd ATBC Annual Meeting focuses on environmental issues and aims to gather scientists from many different disciplines to exchange ideas, concepts and approaches, as well as to elaborate and promote innovations for the conservation of tropical ecosystems in the decades to come.
This field-based course will take place at ELTI's Focal Training Sites, established within long-term research areas of Yale F&ES and STRI; 1) private properties of the Pedasi District, a dry forest ecosystem, located on the Azuero Peninsula, which is highly influenced by conventional cattle ranching and large-scale agriculture practices and a growing tourism sector; and 2) STRI's Agua Salud Project area, a wet tropical forest ecosystem, located in the Panama Canal Watershed, which is a highly dynamic landscape of protected areas, critical watersheds, conventional ranching and agriculture and rampant urban development.
The upcoming 8th World Ranger Congress in Estes Park, Colorado USA will focus on the idea of connecting parks, rangers and communities and provide rangers and protected area professionals the opportunity to learn new skills, share knowledge, create lasting partnerships, and be inspired by their colleages.