Climate science and ecology are inextricably linked when we consider the feedback loops connecting the atmosphere and biosphere. Climate ultimately determines the abundance and distribution of species, and ecological processes regulate the physical cycles that affect atmospheric dynamics.

As the threat of the climate crisis and ecological collapse increases, there’s a need to combine the knowledge and efforts of ecologists and climate scientists. With this collaborative approach we can better understand the future of our planet and accelerate the planning needed to protect people, species and ecosystems.

In recognition of this, the British Ecological Society has teamed up with the Royal Meteorological Society to host Climate Science for Ecological Forecasting.

The symposium will include invited keynote addresses, as well as talks and posters from an open call, covering key topics on progress in ecological forecasting and exploring ways in which climate science could ignite novel research.

The conference will be highly interactive with guided break-out sessions and discussion panels, and there will be plenty of opportunities for networking, discussion and idea generation.

There are several packages available for exhibition and sponsorship. This is a great opportunity to showcase your organisation and network at an international and interdisciplinary conference.

Registration and abstract submission will open later this year, but for now, save the date for this exciting joint event!

11–12 May 2022
Coin Street Conference Centre
London, UK

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