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BIODIVERSITY WEEK
Biodiversity in Everyday Decision Making:
A Natural Capital Approach

20 May 2024

By Tue 30 Apr 2024BIODIVERSITY, Events

Event Details

IN-PERSON SEMINAR

Green Foundation Ireland and Natural Capital Ireland invite you to participate in an evening in-person seminar:

BIODIVERSITY IN EVERDAY DECISION MAKING:
A Natural Capital Approach

MONDAY 20 MAY 2024 – 18:00 to 20:00 (Irish time)
(registration starts at 17:45)

Venue:
National College of Ireland, Mayor Street, IFSC, Dublin, D01 K6W2.

Book Here

As always at our events, an important part
will be the Q&A session which will allow
full participation by those attending.

TICKET DETAILS

While admission is FREE to this event, registration is REQUIRED.
Please secure your place by booking here.

Event Programme

Our Guest Speakers

Dr CATHERINE FARRELL
INCASE – Irish Natural Capital Accounting for Sustainable Environments

Dr EMER NÍ DHÚILL
Natural Capital Ireland

Dr JIMMY O’KEEFFE
VNiC-Health – Valuing Natural Capital in Communities for Health

KATHLEEN CONROY
ForES Project

GETTING THERE

The National College of Ireland is situated in Mayor Street, IFSC, Dublin, D01 K6W2 – here is a map to help you locate it, and here are directions on how to find the College, including using different modes of public transport. There are also Dublin Bike stations nearby should you wish to use them.

There is car parking available underneath the College – however, there are charges to park your car there and these rates are listed underneath the car parking map.

THEME

This event will be an opportunity to hear from and engage in discussion with four experts on natural capital. Find out about how the natural capital accounting helps to inform and shape decisions about land use by highlighting the role natural systems play in providing essential services and benefits to society.

The discussion will cover a range of themes including natural capital accounting methodology and decision-support tools for forest managers to valuing the natural resources in our communities in relation to health and wellbeing.

This event is part of National Biodiversity Week 2024
organised by the Irish Environmental Network
.