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  • Steve Carver gave a talk to the Geographical Association annual conference on Saturday in Guildford on "Brexit means…? Threats and opportunities for nature conservation in the UK"

  • Steve Carver attended the NERC "Rewilding in the Uplands" workshop at BES offices in London on Tuesday where he chaired the passive rewilding group.
     
  • Alison Heppenstall and Myles Gould were invited to give a Sadler Seminar in the Leeds Humanities Research Institute. This was part of the series entitled “Religions and Public Health: bridges and barriers to improving global health outcome”. Alison and Myles talked about “Modelling the influence of place on individual health outcomes” and provided an overview of two contrasting methodological approaches: multilevel modelling and agent-based modelling. It anticipated that this might to lead to a collaborative work with colleagues in School of Philosophy, Religion and History of Science, and the Leeds Hospitals NHS Trust Chaplaincy Service.

  • Myles Gould recently sat on a US National Science Foundation research grants panel for the final time (having completed his term of office).

  • Helen Durham has published an opinion piece blog on the LITE website: ‘Will online distance learning mean the end of campus-based programmes?’

  • Steve Carver was a speaker and panellist in a discussion session about rewilding at the Oxford Real Farming Conference.

  • Steve Carver gave a talk and lead a lively debate on Rewilding in Ilkley for the Ilkley chapter of the U3A, Friends and Ilkley Moor and Wharfedale Naturalists.

  • Alison Heppenstall was an invited speaker at the International Agent-based Congress in Washington.  She presented a paper reflecting on how the field has developed in the last 20 years (co-presenters Andrew Crooks (GMU) and Nick Malleson).

  • Steve Carver has had a letter "To Those Who Shoot" published in The Country Squire Magazine.

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