The long awaited UK Government’s 25 year Environment Plan was published earlier this month. This makes some interesting and welcome general commitments:
This year marks the 25th anniversary of Coastal Futures and a change of venue to the Royal Geographic Society in London. It looks set to be another interesting and diverse 2-day event, with an emphasis on looking ahead to opportunities and practical measures needed to meet future challenges.
People currently starting in the workplace have not known a time without the internet. This is the Digital Generation born after 1995 who have grown up with digital technologies and are proficient with it.
On 26 October 2017, the Association for Geographic Information (AGI) held their annual GeoCom conference at the Royal Geographical Society in Kensington, London.
Every three years the Maritime and Coastguard Agency invite Duty Holders to sign a statement describing their organisation’s compliance with the Port Marine Safety Code.
In November 2017, Caroline Roberts, aquaculture specialist at ABPmer, was invited to attend a three-day European flat oyster restoration workshop organised by the German Federal Agency for Nature Conservation (BfN) in Berlin.
On Thursday, 7 December 2017, the Danish Embassy in London and The Danish-UK Chamber of Commerce (DUCC) are again co-hosting the popular Offshore Wind seminar offering an overview of current state of affairs and future developments in UK offshore wind industry.
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