The Sibthorp Trust Cirencester Conference

Here is a list, with links, of the presentations given at The Sibthorp Trust Cirencester Conference.

1. The Ecosystem Approach – Sweet Sixteen or Teenage Trauma?, Prof Edward Maltby (Sibthorp Trust)

2. Ecosystem Approach Theme, Olivier Hamerlynck (IUCN CEM)

3. Barriers to the application of the ecosystem approach – Concerns expressed by Governments and institutions, Kalemani Jo Mulongoy (CBD Secretariat)

4. The Ramsar Convention on Wetlands: challenges in operationalising wise use and the ecosystem approach, Nick Davidson, (Ramsar Convention Secretariat)

5. The Flanders case: challenges and opportunities for the ecosystem approach in a highly fragmented and urbanised area, Patrick Meire (University of Antwerp)

6. The Murray Darling Basin: Challenges and Opportunities of Ecosystem Management at the Basin-Scale, Michael Stewardson and Edward Maltby (University of Melbourne)

7. UK National Ecosystem Assessment, Joe Morris (Living with Environmental Change)

8. Socio-economic limitations, Prof Andrew Church (University of Brighton)

9. UK National Ecosystem Assessment – key findings, Bob Watson (Living with Environmental Change)

10. Delivering Nature’s Services – The Ecosystem Services Pilots, Stewart Clarke (Natural England)

11. Green Infrastructure: Planning – An Ecosystem Services based approach, Paul Nolan, (The Mersey Forest)

12. ‘Upstream Thinking’: delivering catchment management cost effectively with stakeholders, Martin Ross (South West Water)

13. Towards Solutions: Payments for Ecosystem Services, Laurence Couldrick (West Country Rivers Trust)

14. Ecosystem Manager, Mark Oddy (Langholm Moor Demonstration Company Ltd)

15. Ecological and Economic Foundations: Key Messages, Dr Pushpam Kumar (UNEP and University of Liverpool)

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