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Events

 

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Consultation on NICVAs Manifesto for Change:Key 1

Tuesday 2nd March
Online
Free

CCC– Net Zero: The need for joint action on adaptation

Wednesday 3rd March
Online
Free

ORNI Conference and Strategy Launch

Wednesday 3rd March
Online
Free

Regenerating your soil – Agronomy and Business Virtual Conference for Arable Growers

Wednesday 3rd March
Online
Free

Consultation on NICVAs Manifesto for Change – EVENT 2

Thursday 4th March
Online
Free

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Scoping Surveys for Arborists

Monday 8th March
Online
£120.50

Conversations about Climate Change: Northern Ireland’s Energy Challenge

Tuesday 9th March
Online
Free

Consultation on NICVAs Manifesto for Change – EVENT 3

Tuesday 9th March
Online
Free

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The Rivers Trust Conference: Water at the heart of climate resilience

Tuesday 16th March
Online
Free

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BTO: NI Seabird Report 2020 Launch

Thursday 18th March
Online
Free

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Imagine! Festival 2021

Monday 22nd March
Online

Greener Recovery Festival

Monday 22nd March
Online
£6 – £72

BITC:NI: Case studies on climate action: Power NI & SONI

Monday 22nd March
Online
Free

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Introducing 20 Minute Neighbourhoods

Wednesday 24th March
Online
Free

BITC:NI: Case studies on climate action: Translink

Wednesday 24th March
Online
Free

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BITC:NI: Case studies on climate action: Lidl

Tuesday 30th March
Online
Free

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RSPB NI: Saving Species & Combatting Climate Change

Saturday 27 February 2021

Online

RSPB

Join RSPB NI for an online adventure around Northern Ireland, inspired by the BBC’s popular Winterwatch series. Hosted live by youth climate activist, Dakota Reid and RSPB NI’s Jonny Bell and Claire Barnett, this event, will explore some of Northern Ireland’s most beautiful and wildlife rich landscapes, from peatlands at Lough Neagh to farmland on the shores of Strangford Lough. Through a series of special reports from leading conservation and climate experts, see how these special places and native species are under threat, and learn more about the innovative nature–based solutions that have been put in place to protect them. Most importantly, ask live questions and learn how you can ‘Revive our World’ by demanding real change for nature.

Click here to find out more and book your FREE ticket:
https://bit.ly/RSPBNIScienceFestival21