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Ecology Across Borders 2021

Date: December 12th - 15th

Abstract Submission Deadline: September 23rd

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This December we invite you to join over 1,200 ecologists from around the world at Ecology Across Borders 2021, our joint Annual Meeting with the French Society for Ecology and Evolution (SFE²).

After a successful joint Annual Meeting in 2014, the British Ecological Society (BES) and the French Society for Ecology and Evolution (SFE²) have been working hard to make our next joint meeting equally great.  

These joint meetings provide an invaluable opportunity to build closer ties between the vibrant academic ecological communities in Europe and wider afield, which has never been as important as it is today.

The two societies look forward to working together on an excellent and welcoming conference for their members and the global ecological community.


Conservation Marketing Conference

Date: October 27th - 30th

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Getting to Know Conservation Marketing, Unlocking the Power of Online Engagement, Leveraging Creative Conservation Marketing, KEYNOTE: Getting the Messenger Right, Harnessing the Power of Social Norms, Expanding Our Reach, Behavioral Insights, Conservation Marketing and Psychology, KEYNOTE: Getting Creative with Conservation Marketing.


1st Nordic Student Conference on Conservation Science

Date: November 17th

Abstract Submission Deadline: September 30th

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Mammal Society’s 67th Annual Conference 2022 (In Person)

Date: January 7th - 9th

Abstract Submission Deadline: September 30th

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The Mammal Society’s 67th Annual Conference is an opportunity for mammal experts and enthusiasts to meet in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, discover results from new research, explore gaps for future research and discuss ongoing issues in conservation. 

In addition to the usual range of great talks and posters from academics, mammal experts and naturalists, there will be a number of workshops taking place and details of these will be released in due course.