The Royal Society - Energy-environment-society interactions

Thursday 18 February 2021 - Friday 26 February 2021


The Royal Society hosts this Science+ meeting organised by Dr Alona Armstrong and Professor Nicola Beaumont.

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This meeting gathers thought-leaders from across disciplines and sectors to better understand the coincidental ecosystem effects of wind, solar and marine energy infrastructure and the implications for society. Science knowledge gaps will be highlighted, a future research roadmap developed, policy needs identified and disparate researchers and practitioners in the emerging energy-ecosystem field united to promote a more sustainable energy transition.

More information about the schedule of talks and speaker biographies will be available soon. Speaker abstracts will be available closer to the meeting date.

Please note this meeting will take place in the afternoon on 18, 19, 25 and 26 February 2021.

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