Day 1 - Wednesday 7 October
- What is the relevance to practical conservation of national and international valuation studies?
Philip Bubb, UNEP-WCMC and Katharine Bolt RSPB
- How can we incorporate valuation, scientific and social evidence into our delivery?
Dave Raffaelli, University of York
- How do we value biodiversity within an ecosystem approach?
Richard Aspinall, Macaulay Land Use Research Institute
Day 2 - Thursday 8 October
- The forward process for the UK List of Priority Species & Habitats – one year on
Paul Rose, JNCC
- Country Group Updates
England - Pete Brotherton, NE Wales - Liz Howe, CCW Scotland - Greg Mudge, SNH
- 2008 Reporting Round key findings
Robin Wynde, RSPB
- What weight should we attach to the value of biodiversity in a successor to the 2010 Target? What else should we consider?
Martin Brasher, Defra
- What should be our priorities for habitat creation and restoration (and why don't we do more of it)?
Pete Brotherton, Natural England
- How can net gains for biodiversity be secured from the planning system?
Alistair Macpherson, Plymouth LPA
- The international study into The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB)
Pavan Sukhdev, Study Leader – TEEB & Project Leader – Green Economy Initiative (UNEP)
- Valuing Biodiversity in the Quarry Products Industry
Laverne Bell, Quarry Products Association Northern Ireland
- Valuing Biodiversity in the Tourism Sector
Rachel Sharp, Brecknock Wildlife Trust
- Valuing biodiversity in the water industry
Joanne Kennedy, United Utilities
- Lessons from Fungi
Rob Stoneman, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust