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BESAFE introduced at a webinar: making the case for nature locally and nationally
29.06.2015

During an Ecosystem Knowledge Network webinar "Good grounds: making the case for nature locally and nationally. 25th June 2015" that took place on 25 June 2015 Dr Pam Berry introduced the findings from the BESAFE Project - a three year research programme funded by the European Commission that has investigated the range of arguments that people use in favour of protecting and restoring 'biodiversity'.

Dr Berry, a senior staff member at Oxford University's Environmental Change Institute, has been one of a network of BESAFE researchers on the topic across Europe. Participants learned about the range of arguments in circulation and the contexts in which some work better than others.

A recording of the webinar is now availabel here: http://bit.ly/1GV4GfN

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