“Marine Conservation: Who Pays?”
13 September 13:00 - 13 September 17:30 2012
Marine conservation is critical to both the environment and the economy and somehow we must pay for the protection and rescue of this crucial resource. The traditional model of ‘the tax payer pays’ is no longer a viable solution. The event will be chaired by Roger Bright, recently retired Chief Executive of Crown Estate. The North Sea Marine Cluster with the University of East Anglia and the Gardline Group is pleased to announce a Lunch, Seminar and Networking event which will debate these topics and the scale of their importance. The event will be hosted at: University of East Anglia's London Campus, 102 Middlesex Street, London E1 7EZ Thursday 13th September 2012 (1.00 - 5.30) The Speakers include: • Professor Alastair Grant (Director of the Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Conservation, University of East Anglia) • Peter Barham (Seabed Users Development Group) • Liam McAlesse (Managing Director, Marine Planning Conservation) • Nick Mabey (Chief Executive, E3G) • Ian Dickie (Business Development Director, EFTEC). The programme will include a lunch and Q&A session with a panel of speakers and networking events. More speakers will be confirmed soon and full details of the event are available at NSMC Website. Tickets priced £80 + VAT are now available. We hope you will be able to join us.
Find out more at http://www.nsmc.eu.com/news/article/154