CIEEM 2020 Irish Conference Presentations

Conservation Approaches to Benefit Biodiversity: Big Ideas for Big Challenges, Online Conference, 22 April 2020 

Keynote talk: The Theory of Change – Dr Stephanie Wray CEcol CEnv FCIEEM, Managing Director, RSK Biocensus

Biodiversity Finance: Using a BIOFIN Approach to Assess the National Biodiversity Action Plan – Dr Shane McGuinness, University College Dublin: School of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Policy

Green Infrastructure and Ecosystem Services at County Level – Anne Murray MCIEEM, Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council

Conservation of Farmland Biodiversity: Challenges and Opportunities – Daire Ó hUallacháin, Senior Research Officer, Teagasc

How Agriculture and Ecology Can Work Together: A Farmers Perspective – Andrew Bergson, Tillage Farmer involved in the Danu EIP & Donal Sheehan, Dairy Farmer, The BRIDE Project

A Novel Results-Based Approach to Farming for Ecosystem Services – Ryan Wilson-Parr MCIEEM, Hen Harrier Project

Achieving Good Outcomes for Biodiversity: The Role of Ecological Assessment – Gerry Clabby, Head of Ecological Assessment, National Parks and Wildlife Services

Natural Capital and Biodiversity Net Gain Solutions to Help Address the Current Environmental Crisis – Dr Peter Gilchrist CEnv FCIEEM, Global Solutions and Technology Lead for Biology and Ecology, Jacobs UK Ltd

Biodiversity Net Gain: Experiences from GB and NI – Donncha Madden MCIEEM, Arup

Biodiversity Net Gain: A Big Idea – Dr Julia Baker CEnv MCIEEM, Balfour Beatty