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The Climate Resilience Network supports universities to develop resilience to climate change both within their institution and their communities, to share knowledge and best practice, and a platform for universities to connect with policymakers and develop effective approaches to resilience and disaster preparedness.

The broad aim of this research network is to advance the international, comparative and interdisciplinary study of alternatives to capitalism.

This list brings together scientist and collaborators who work in the marine ecosystem modelling community.

Discussion list for sharing of information and ideas on benthic marine ecology in the UK.

The Group aims are: 1) To provide a forum for ecologists working in agricultural systems, conservationists with an interest in agricultural systems, crop, grassland and forest scientists working on increasing economic production, weed scientists, and agricultural policy makers. 2) To integrate very different approaches (ecology, economic production, conservation) to agricultural systems to address common issues. 3) To enhance communication among scientists and others working on agricultural systems using meetings, workshops, BES Bulletin reports and an email forum.

List for announcements and discussion by members of the British Ecological Society Citizen Science special interest group and others interested in citizen science. The focus is on citizen science relevant to the UK and ecology. Membership of the BES is encouraged but is not required.

This list is an open discussion for aquatic ecologists. It is run under the auspices of the Aquatic Ecology specialist group of the British Ecological Society. Postings include PhDs; jobs; conferences; training & workshops. To unsubscribe go to the Jiscmail page and click unsubscribe.

This list is an open discussion among researchers of mire and peatland systems. It is run on behalf of the Mires Research Group of the British Ecological Society. Anyone may join.

This is the mailing list for the BES Quantitative Ecology Special Interest Group. The aims of the group are to support quantitative skills development for all ecologists; improve dissemination of new quantitative methods to their users; and provide a forum to advance quantitative ecology in its own right. This list will allow us as a group to discuss issues relevant to quantitative ecology, and for our members to promote upcoming events, jobs and courses.

This list is used by members of the RGS-IBG Biogeography Research Group to circulate announcements and to facilitate discussion of issues of relevance to biogeography.

This list is to promote networking, knowledge exchange and discussion amongst biomonitoring practitioners (both human and wildlife) and those interested in the application and interpretation of data for policy and interventions.

This list will be used by Charnia Research Group members to exchange information about Ediacaran (late Neoproterozoic, Precambrian)fossils, particularly from Charnwood Forest.

This list is used by Diversity in Geoscience, UK (DiG-UK) to make announcements and provide communications with and between its members - Earth and Environmental sciences, Geography and Ecology (GEES) UG and PG students, academics, FE teachers and professionals.

Deep Sea Biology Society Mailing List

This is a group of researchers, who united at the meeting at the Geological Society London at 11 November 2015. Many of these researchers are interested in coevolution of life and the physical environment through the Earth history and the Earth System Science approach.

The Ecological Genetics Group meets annually every Easter to discuss their research into all aspects of genetical ecology and evolution. This list will enable researchers in the field to maintain contact throughout the rest of the year to discuss their ideas, problems and results.

This listserv is for circulating information on the following themes: Reproduction and the environment Environmental crises and kinship Sexual and reproductive rights, health and justice and how this intersects with climate change and the environment. Environmental reproductive justice Multispecies kinship

This list is used by academics, researchers, scientists and land managers to exchange information regarding the ecology and management of alien plant invasions

This list will be used by members of the Association of Environmental Archaeology to post discussion items. It is a closed list for AEA members.

This list aims to connect individuals and groups who are involved in or interested in engaging with research in environment and geosciences or are involved in public engagement and outreach activity in these fields.

This is a list serving the growing transdisciplinary scholarly-activist-artistic field of Environmental Humanities, including call outs for papers, conferences, events, workshops, support and collaborations

Specialist list for researchers and disaster professionals on the interactions between disasters (natural and conflict-induced) and the environment.

This list brings together those interested in public engagement with environmental science. A wide range of people have been invited to join the list. NERC does not manage, approve or endorse content shared on this list. The views expressed in messages are the personal views of the author. They may not necessarily represent those of NERC. NERC accepts no liability for any errors, corruption or omissions that might arise. The JiscMail Service Policy document: http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/policyandsecurity/ describes the way in which we expect the service to be used by subscribers. It sets out (S9) JISC handling of personal data obligations under the Data Protection Act (1998).

A public discussion list for those interested in exploring multi-disciplinary approaches to extinction, particularly from a humanities and social sciences perspective.

The list server for the International Haloferax volcanii Consortium. This is the forum for discussion of H. volcanii biology and techniques for its manipulation.

Environmental issues concerning industry, commerce, business. Scope: enviro/economics, tools (life cycle analysis, design for the environment, auditing), implications of new legislation, clean technology/industrial ecology, EIA/sustainable planning, env-policy & integration with business strategy.

Communication channel for members of the Interdisciplinary Research Network on the Environment and Society. IRNES is open to all those who have an interest in the interplay between the ecosystem and its sub-unit that we call society. Find our home page at http://irnes.webjump.com

This is a mailing list of the Sustainable Development Research Programme (IUSDRP)

An email list for the JULES Process Evaluation Group looking at canopy structure

To facilitate communication and debate amongst those interested in landscape ecology particularly academics and practitioners.

Forum for discussion of restoration of London rivers.

This list will be used to share information about the Diamond Light Source to members of the NERC community. It will be a forum for discussion of issues relevant to NERC's involvement in Diamond, eg submissions on future strategy and investments.

This list will be used to share information about the ISIS facility with members of the NERC community. It will be a forum for discussion of issues relevant to NERC's involvement in ISIS, eg submissions on future strategy and investments.

The Nuclear Culture Research Group brings together academics artists and nuclear professionals to discuss ideas and opportunities around nuclear history, site and archive, with a particular emphasis on decommissioning and future nuclear technologies. This mailing list will enhance research dialogues around curation, artistic production, collaboration with scientific colleagues and theory.

Octolist is being initiated to allow networking and news dissemination between octocoral researchers

This mailing list will be used mostly to advertise seminar organized within our Department. The aim is to allow researchers to manage their subscriptions individually. Members from other departments and other universities (e.g. visiting professors) will obviously be welcome to subscribe if interested.

Network for palaeoeoenvironmental and archaeological scientists based in Scotland

This email list could serve as a designated contact platform to exchange some ideas and information about sea pens, as well as any taxa that may be relevant to the researchers part of this email list. Everybody is welcome!

This email list serves as a central contact point for the 'Plants-Soils-Ecosystems' Special Interest Group of the British Ecological Society. We use the list to distribute details on upcoming events, circulate job opportunities, and to discuss recent developments in the field of plant-soil interactions and ecosystem ecology.

This working group: “Plantations: Political ecologies of extraction and resistance” aims to: Examine historical and contemporary perspectives on the ‘plantation’ and its processes of subsuming social and ecological relations into capitalist regimes through the appropriation of cheap natures, and the multiple and differentiated effects of these processes. #Examine how plantation logics (of erasure, replacement, simplification, extraction, and exploitation) shape and reshape social and ecological relations beyond the boundaries of #plantations through global markets and technologies, and resistance to these logics. Explore processes of resistance to plantations and examine possibilities for convivial and reparative futures. Draw together researchers, organisations, and frontline communities from across the world into interdisciplinary conversations on plantations in different geographical contexts.

This list aims to facilitate communication between researchers working in the field of Quaternary Entomology (archaeoentomology and palaeoentomology). It provides a platform where specialists can share ideas and knowledge by addressing/answering queries related to methodologies, interpretation, identification, presentation and publications in Quaternary Entomology.

The role of the river restoration mailing list is to act as a discussion forum for both academics and practitioners in the field of river restoration. Enabling the wider dissemination of information of a practical, theoretical and scientific nature within environmental organisations and across academic disciplines. This list has also the potential to act as a means of disseminating information on areas of good practice, thus facilitating advancements within this field.

List for members of the European Chapter of the Society for Economic Botany to share news, events, queries and discussions on ethnobotany/economic botany.

This list supports a long-term research collaboration with biological field recorders into "Spiritual Landscapes". List members will likely have attended a workshop hosted by a member of the research team, particularly Dr. Jeremy Kidwell. The list is meant to provide a forum for persons to report on their experience in the field, troubleshoot issues, and share announcements about forthcoming events that may be of interest.

The STATGEN list is intended to facilitate the exchange of information, ideas and expertise between researchers interested in statistical aspects of genetics. www.stats.gla.ac.uk/~paulj/statgen.html

This group is for researchers and students who have registered for "The stories we live by: an online course in ecolinguistics" (www.storiesweliveby.org.uk). The mailing list will be used for discussions about ecolinguistics and announcements of webinar times and new resources.

This list is for subfossil chironomid researchers to exchange information. This can include sharing events and asking for help with identification. It can be used by researchers at all career stages, including students. Other ways to stay in touch with the community: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/439210788175361/ Whatsapp: https://chat.whatsapp.com/FuilithzrYjHfxWzfVkZOB Online seminar planning: https://tinyurl.com/47hcyjww Online seminar mailing list: https://tinyurl.com/2p8v8e59 Online list of identification keys: https://tinyurl.com/vxu22pdj <HTML> This list is for subfossil chironomid researchers to exchange information. This can include sharing events and asking for help with identification. It can be used by researchers at all career stages, including students. Other ways to stay in touch with the community: <a href="https://www.facebook.com/groups/439210788175361/">a Facebook page</a>, <a href="https://chat.whatsapp.com/FuilithzrYjHfxWzfVkZOB">a Whatsapp group</a>, <a href="https://tinyurl.com/47hcyjww">an online seminar planning</a>, <a href="https://tinyurl.com/2p8v8e59">the seminar sign-up list</a>, <a href="https://tinyurl.com/vxu22pdj">an online list of identification keys</a>. </HTML> </HTML>

This list has been retained 07/09/2021. No one can subscribe to this list, no one can post to this list. Contact help@jisc.ac.uk for all enquiries regarding this list A forum for debate and information exchange on research in aspects of sustainable plant medicine. Members will be drawn from fields of agroforestry, complementary health, ecology, ethnobotany, herbal medicine, horticulture, medicine and phytopharmacy.

Information about Drosophila suzukii research in the UK

Transformative, participatory & arts-based research approaches & methods

The UK-CARE, founded in 2000, is a non-profit international organisation with long-term missions providing a platform to promote the collaboration between universities, research institutes and industries both in the UK/EU and China.

UniTopia is an experiment in knowledge production, an open seminar series exploring universities past present and future.

Waste-for-Life is an international, cross-disciplinary research and development project focused on Engineering and Social Justice

This is the Waste, Pollution, and Toxicities Working Group: an interdisciplinary and international network which aims to foster critical research into pollution, waste, and toxicities broadly defined.

A general list for discussing, and sharing information on, a broad range of water resources issues in the social and physical sciences, with an emphasis on interdisciplinary and critical perspectives.

women ecologists in academic or related institutions primarily in higher education.