NBN - Open Data, Citizen Science & Biodiversity

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Committee Room G

House of Lords

London

SW1A 0PW

United Kingdom

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Discussion:
Citizens, Scientists, Spiders and other species: How a network from Nottingham has influenced the biodiversity of the UK and beyond.

Summary:
Following the publication of the State of Nature Report 2016 this panel discussion will look at the challenges facing Government to ensure the availability of open data to enable decision takers in government, industry and local communities to take better, environmentally friendly decisions. We will discuss why the NBN Atlas is the biodiversity tool for businesses and citizen scientists and show that taking care of a money spider really does bring health, wealth and happiness.


Information for attendees.

Access to the Houses of Parliament is strictly by invitation only. Nearer the date a formal invitation will be sent to the email address supplied. Please ensure that you print out and show that invitation on arrival.

Regrettably showing a copy of the email on your phone / tablet is not acceptable.

Access to the Venue

This event will be held in Commitee Room G, House of Lords. The Entrance is via Black Rods Garden next to Victoria Tower Gardens.

Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Please contact Giselle Sterry at the National Biodiversity Network on 0115 9247132 or email g.sterry@nbn.org.uk

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

Yes - but please let us know as soon as possible in advance so that a new invitation can be issued to allow the new attendee access to the Houses of Parliament.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Yes. You will need to bring along the formal invitation that will be sent to you nearer the date. (not the Eventbrite email)

The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?

No. The invitation must be in the name of the person attending.

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Committee Room G

House of Lords

London

SW1A 0PW

United Kingdom

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