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Non-academic Activities at SERE 2021

All these live networking activities are of free access at the indicated date and time. Visit “Networking” at the left-hand side pannel of #SERE2021 Platform, and then go to Groups, where you will find this session. You can also create your own group and fix a time and date to meet with your own group.

 

VIRTUAL YOUNG#ER CAFÉ

7/09 18.30 - 19.30, Networking area, Capacity: 25. Open to all attendees

Addressed to and geared by young Conference attendants as part of the YOUNG#ER track and as a follow-up of Workshop W1. YOUNG#ER - Education and Training of YOUNG PROFESSIONALS TOWARDS socio-ecological restoration.

MEETING OF THE AEET WORKING GROUP ON ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION

7/09 14.30 – 16.00, Networking area, Capacity: 25. Open to members of the WG (in Spanish)

Strictly addressed to members of this group. Coordinators Josu Alday and Carolina Martínez will update group members on the activities developed since the last group meeting in Alcazar de San Juan, and brainstorm on future perspectives.

ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION NETWORKING IN EASTERN EUROPE AND RUSSIA

8/09 14.00-16.00, Networking area, Capacity: 25. Open to attendees residing or working in this area

An informal meeting addressed to anybody interested in discussing the state of ecological restoration and ecological restoration networks in Eastern European countries and Russia.

MEET THE EDITOR

9/09 14.10 - 15.10 CEST, Room 3, Capacity: unlimited number of participants. Open to all attendees

Editors of significant international journals whose topics include ecological restoration will explain the scope of their publications and provide details on any special offer for Conference attendants. Confirmed presenters are Stephen Murphy and Valter Amaral (Restoration Ecology), Dan Binkley (Forest Ecology and Management), Emma Phipps (Frontiers in Conservation Science), and Caitlin Karniski (Communications Biology and Scientific Reports).

MEET THE RESTORER

10/09 14.10 - 15.10 CEST, Networking area, Capacity: 25. Open to all attendees

Bringing out the human side of the people involved in ecological restoration. The target audience are future restorers. A combination of senior and junior academics and practitioners (James Aronson, Sara Pelaez, Patricia Rodriguez, Karel Prach, Aveliina Helm and Annely Holm) have confirmed their participation. They will explain why they became interested in ecological restoration, what is great about this discipline, and what are their main recommendations for young restorers. They will then respond to participants’ questions.

MEET THE SERE

10/09 15.20 to 16.20 CEST, Networking area, Capacity: 25. Open to all attendees

Members of SER Europe Board of Directors will be available for any question on SER Europe: its structure, membership benefits, activities, etc.

 

PHOTO BOOTH

Anytime you access SERE 2021 Conference platform, on your right upper corner. Open to all attendees

Take a flattering selfie with your message to the European ecological restoration community at the onset of the UN Decade of ecological restoration!

 

NETWORKING

SERE 2021 Conference platform menu, on the left of your screen. Open to all attendees

Networking area with multiple options to link with your peers. Find your match!

 

SOCIAL NETWORKS

Are you Twitter user? We encourage you to use SER Europe address @SER_Europe and the Conference hashtag #SERE2021 to update your network on the Conference highlights.

 

PRICE FOR THE BEST POSTER PRESENTATIONS BY YOUNG CONFERENCE ATTENDANTS

SERE 2021 Scientific Committee will select the best 3 posters presented by young authors. First authors will receive a certificate and 1-year free SER Europe membership.

 

SERE 2021 VIRTUAL TERRACE - The World is Watching, It’s Your Shout

10/09 16.20 to 17.20 CEST, Networking area, Capacity: 25. Open to all attendees

See below.

The World is Watching, It’s Your Shout

SERE2021 Virtual Terrace

Friday 10 Sept. 16:20 – 17:20 CET

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We want you to share your heroes/heroines, passions and dreams, which might reflect the powerful themes of this conference. Personal witness maybe missed at some conferences. But not here! CONSIDER the questions below as place markers. And bring your own. These are a catalyst to steer our conversations... getting to the heart and soul of what we are about, and it has never mattered more. For nature for society and for a better world. It will be fast, furious - Short snappy replies and good one liners too. Come considered or spontaneous, but please come. And post captioned images of your heroes/heroines, projects points on the Conference board. More importantly, what next in ecological restoration, responding to climate emergency, extinction crisis and environmental and social justice.

In writing or in images, bring your ideas to the session on the questions below

  1. Where is the best ecological restoration project, you have ever seen? Why?
  2. Name the ecological restoration champion you admire the most, and why?
  3. How can we combine the themes of nature and climate emergency with ecological restoration?
  4. Do we speak the right language to expand our visions? Or talk to the right people? Or just ourselves?
  5. What is the best social communities, or cultural work you have experienced, did it involve ecology?