COMPASSIONATE CONSERVATION 2015
DATE: 28-31 July 2015
VENUE: Allard Hall Forum, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
This international conference will be a multidisciplinary event aiming to address animal welfare issues in conservation, examine potential synergies, look for practical outcomes and promote further dialogue between these disciplines; with a view to incorporating the welfare of individual animals alongside other factors in conservation decision making and practice. It follows the highly successful inaugural symposium at the University of Oxford in 2010.
The conference is sponsored and coordinated by the Born Free Foundation and the Centre for Compassionate Conservation at the University of Technology, Sydney; and hosted by the Animal Welfare Program at the University of British Columbia.
Programme begins with the Welcome Reception at 6:30pm on Tuesday 28th July, and runs until 4:20pm on Friday 31st July.
Welcome Reception at the Beaty Museum, UBC (included in cost of registration)
Tues 28th July 2015; 18:30-20:30
A chance to meet new friends and catch up with old acquaintances in a striking venue, showcasing UBC’s biological collections and research.
Conference Dinner at the Sage Bistro, UBC (tickets available at additional cost – BOOK HERE)
Thurs 30th July 2015
Join the invited speakers for a formal dinner at UBC’s Sage Bistro, which offers fresh, modern West Coast cuisine prepared with ingredients that are local, seasonal and organic whenever possible.
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED
Discounted accommodation is no longer available. To book accommodation on Campus, please visit the UBC Conferences website
CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION ABOUT TRANSPORT, UBC and VANCOUVER
CLICK HERE FOR DINING OPTIONS ON AND OFF CAMPUS
Chris Draper, Born Free Foundation – E: firstname.lastname@example.org; +44(0)1403 240170