Valuing Wetlands and Wetland Values
Date: Thursday 4 December 2014
Venue: Lecture Hall
The difficulties of making the case for maintaining wetland landscapes are as present in London as they are in countryside localities. The lecture will discuss whether an ecosystem-services approach can help in conserving what remains of our lowland wetlands.
Jacquie Burgess was Head of the School of Environmental Sciences at UEA from 2007–10. She has worked with English Nature, the Countryside Commission and the Environment Agency and was made Vice-Chairman of the Broads Authority in 2013.
This lecture is co-hosted with the Landscape Research Group
All lectures are open to members of the public, staff and students unless otherwise stated.