This beginner Biodiversity Awareness course will explore biodiversity, contributors to loss, and how to begin long-term planning for improvements.
This course will engage you in a discussion on biodiversity, help you identify contributors to biodiversity loss on a global and local scale help you to become more biodiversity aware in your long-term planning.
If you’re a beginner looking to learn more about biodiversity, this is the perfect course for you. This course will focus the importance of biodiversity in the modern world, focusing on key habitats and connections to nature. The course will identify threats to biodiversity and promote the improvement and protection of biodiversity on a global and local scale.
This comprises three 1 hour 30-minute interactive workshops, for which you will have access to learning resources, supporting information, summary quizzes and activities and an E-certificate provided upon completion.
Tutor: Evi Bevans
Evi started working with the Field Studies Council earlier this year. Prior to this she was an ecological consultant working on a variety of small- and large-scale projects surveying for protected and notable species and creating habitat management plans. Evi has a BSc in Environmental Sciences and has a passion improving biodiversity and sustainability awareness.
Tutor: Ellen Monaghan
Ellen joined the Field Studies Council earlier this year after working in higher education for two years, where she developed hybrid learning materials and supported teaching in geography and environmental science. She has a BA in Geography from the University of Exeter, where she also co-authored the Environment and Climate Emergency White Paper which shaped the institution's operational response to the climate and biodiversity crisis. Ellen is passionate about behaviour change and biodiversity action.
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