Our annual conference series present opportunities for policy makers, scientists, land managers and practitioners from different disciplines to share their knowledge, experience and enthusiasm of peatland conservation and management.
As 2021 welcomes the emergence of country level plans for peatland conservation and management across the UK this year’s conference will celebrate the progress being made by peatland partnerships and communities to protect, enhance and restore these valuable areas. We will reflect on the funding, evidence and communication needed to achieve effective action for peatlands and explore learnings to ensure progress continues along a road to recovery.
Taking place on the 13th - 16th September 2021 this year’s IUCN UK Peatland Programme conference ‘Peatlands in Partnership: a road to recovery' will be brought to you as a virtual event in partnership with Pennine PeatLIFE, led by the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) Partnership in collaboration with Yorkshire Wildlife Trust and Forest of Bowland AONB Partnership, and Moors for the Future Partnership’s MoorLIFE2020 project.
We are delighted to be able to offer delegates free access to this event. Delegates must register independently as access to the virtual conference venue is non-transferable.
There are a limited number of conferences places available however sessions will be recorded and made available via www.iucn-uk-peatlandprogramme.org after the event. Registration will not be required to view recorded content.
Further announcements regarding the conference will be available on the IUCN UK Peatland Programme website and shared on Twitter @IUCNpeat #PeatConf21
Please note: to get the best experience from the virtual conference platform please use one of the following browsers:
• Firefox 5 and later
• Safari 5.1 and above
• Windows Phone Web Edge * Video calling requires Edge Chromium
• Chromium based browsers
The following browsers are not currently supported and may not enable access to the conference:
• Firefox 4 and below
• Internet Explorer
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