The Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology (DICE) has arranged to showcase the research of its students, academics and alumni via Twitter from 23-24 July 2020.
The first DICE Twitter Conference will provide the opportunity for anyone with an interest in conservation, ecology and climate change to learn about the wide range of research being conducted around the world by DICE members.
Each presenter will be given 15 minutes to present six tweets about their work, across the following themes:
- Conservation effectiveness
- Biodiversity and human wellbeing
- Wildlife trade and sustainable use
- Species monitoring and conservation
- The value of nature
- Landscapes and livelihoods
- Human-wildlife coexistence
- Designing conservation area networks
Professor Bob Smith, Director of DICE, said, “The DICE Twitter Conference will be a fantastic opportunity to connect with a worldwide audience and showcase our latest work. We have an extensive network of members, honorary and associate colleagues, students and alumni, dedicated to producing quality, applied conservation research and they are looking forward to sharing their insights over the two-day event.”
The DICE Twitter Conference 2020 will appear live on DICE’s Twitter page @DICE_Kent from 23-24 July 2020. Those interested can also follow the Conference via the hashtag #DICECON20.