Watch the wonderful new ICCS animation.
Harriet and Victoria worked with Oxford Sparks recently to create a clever animation which sums up the work we do here at ICCS.
The first Soapbox Arts and Science event took place in Oxford this weekend, and was a huge success, with hundreds of visitors coming along to find out more about the important research being carried out by female scientists!
Prue and her colleagues have published an insightful article highlighting the need for Academia to provide the infrastructure and foster the culture needed to turn scientific ideas into action, they outline five key areas which need addressing if science is to serve society and the planet.
Read the article here:
Society Is Ready for a New Kind of Science—Is Academia?
In April 2017 the Conservation Optimism summit played host to a very special session in London, which brought together representatives from business, NGOs and universities to discuss the emerging field of business & biodiversity. Our session focused on biodiversity accounting (e.g., the development of biodiversity metrics for business) and disclosure (e.g., communicating biodiversity…