RSK organises and participates in a wide range of events. From webinars to exhibitions, corporate to CSR events, and awards ceremonies to dinners, look no further to find the latest events to keep you at the forefront of your industry. To contact our events team, email email@example.com.
Event date: December 06, 2022Environment and legal compliance update for offshore renewable energy
RSK France, in collaboration with law firm Franklin and TechWorks Marine, invites you to a webinar on the sustainable support of renewable energy in the marine environment.
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This webinar will explore ESG for the construction sector, including examining how organisations can respond to emerging reporting and regulation requirements and act on the triple sustainability threats of climate change, biodiversity loss and poverty.
This webinar explores well businesses understand their dependencies and impacts on nature and how that translates into corporate strategies.
In this webinar Richard Delahay, RSK Biocensus Director will explore the role of scientific evidence in ecological consultancy.
We will outline the legal considerations regarding aquatic environments and give an overview of the types of projects for which aquatic ecology advice may be needed
Environmental DNA (eDNA) is fast becoming an important tool in the study of aquatic and terrestrial biodiversity.
In this sector-focused webinar, the RSK Biocensus team looks back on 30 years of practice in the field of wildlife and highways to identify solutions to some of the most intractable problems and will then look forward to what biodiversity net gain and the future policy landscape will mean for linear infrastructure.
Matt Wainhouse, Principal Ecologist at RSK, will explain what BNG and NN are and why they are such important initiatives
On Thursday, 2 September 2021, RSK Biocensus Principal Arboricultural Consultants Rob Fear and James Butler will deliver a First Thursday Club webinar on arboriculture.
In this webinar, Jon Davies, Director at RSK Wilding, Nature Positive and RSK Biocensus, will attempt to dispel some of the myths and the fears around the role of expert witness.
As the effects of one particular disease are currently dominating our lives, a webinar on wildlife diseases may sound like the last thing you want to tune in to! But do not be put off: this talk by RSK Biocensus Director and Exeter University professor Richard (Dez) Delahay will provide some fascinating insights into disease ecology; how human activities can influence disease emergence and spread; and how disease links to climate change and the biodiversity crisis.
RSK Biocensus Aquatic Ecology Lead Dr Pete Walker will deliver a webinar on crayfish, coinciding with the GB NNSS Invasive Species Week.
Dr Stephanie Wray, Director of RSK Biocensus and its subsidiary Nature Positive, will be joining the Brownfield Research and Innovation Centre (BRIC) on 25 February for the latest event in its BRICtalks webinar series.
Currently, there is no industry-standard guidance for surveying breeding birds. In the next RSK Biocensus webinar, Dr Tim Hounsome, Managing Director, will tell you about the new guidelines that are about to be launched and the changes these will bring.
Drawing on his involvement with the Round 3 offshore wind farm developments, Matthew Davison from RSK Biocensus will discuss the lessons he learned working as a principal aquatic ecologist.
In our next webinar, come and hang out with Paola Reason from RSK Biocensus, who will shed light on bats, those creatures of the night. Accounting for more than a quarter of mammal species in the UK, bats are fascinating, but often misunderstood, creatures.
In this session, Stephanie Wray from Nature Positive will talk about how to identify the goods and services provided by nature that your business relies on, minimise your business risk and reduce your biodiversity footprint.
In this webinar, head of RSK Wilding Jon Davies will explain how RSK is bringing together its expertise in biodiversity, land management, habitat creation, carbon offsetting and natural capital assessment to help tackle the twin crises of biodiversity loss and climate change by rewilding.
Inspired by Boris, we are talking all things newt. Have you been beset by ‘newt-counting delays’? Or do you find amphibians have a ‘mi-newt’ (sorry) effect on your progress?
Everybody wants the world to be a better and greener place. For developers, one way in which they can contribute to this is by paying attention to biodiversity net gain (BNG).
With many species of fish undertaking significant migrations within river systems, fish passage issues are important considerations for fisheries managers or others who own or manage in-river structures that may act as a barrier or significant obstacle to the free movement of fish.
Do you want to maximise your BREEAM successes? This talk will explain land use and ecology credits and why it makes commercial sense to involve RSK at the very beginning of your planning process, when our various in-house specialists can offer a one stop shop for working towards over 70 BREEAM credits.