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Over the coming weeks, conference materials and media will be published here as they become available, including delegate list, host nation welcome address, speakers’ biographies, speeches, presentation abstracts and slides, webcast recordings, posters, ancilliary and additional briefing papers, field excursion handout, conference report and conference proceedings.

The EEAC conference is making every effort to be fully sustainable, from using local products to reducing waste materials. Please note that as a result, we will NOT be providing any printed matter for delegates. If you wish to have paper copies of anything, please print them out for yourself.

If you have any materials you would like published online, please contact the conference team

by Lord Dafydd Ellis-Thomas, read in absentia by Dr. Shaun Russell

Webcasts of all proceedings
YouTube videos

Watch the playlists of all proceedings from both Conference Rooms
Trailer | Prichard Jones Hall playlist | Powis Hall playlist

You can also select which videos to watch by clicking on your chosen session in the interactive programme of the day’s events

The policy behind ecosystem services and ecosystem approach in the UK by Jessa Battersby

Ecosystem approach initiatives in England by Jane Lusardi

Ecosystem approach initiatives in Scotland by Sally Thomas

Cyfoeth Naturiol Cymru :: Natural Resources Wales by Emyr Roberts


Ecosystem services in Northern Ireland

The Role of Construction Activities in Eco-system Protection: A perspective from Brussels by Frank Faraday MSc

Inspiring and enabling local communities: an integrated delivery model for localism and the environment: Final Report by the Countryside and Community Research Institute


Prifysgol Bangor University Rhwydwaith WISE Network

If you would like any further information, please contact:

Dr. Rosie Anthony, EEAC 2013 Conference Administrator
8 Alun Roberts, Bangor University, Bangor, LL57 2UW, UK. Tel: +44 (0) 7506 768 642