Somali Ecological Society (SES) Annual Conference
"Somalia: Sustaining biodiversity & meeting future environmental and livelihood challenges"
Tuesday 20th June 2017 9:30 am to 4:00 pm
MH Hall, 41 Fitzroy Square, Fitzrovia, London W1T 6AQ, UK.
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The Somali Ecological Society (SES) was established in 1983 and it is non-political and non-profit making organization, which promotes nature conservation in former Somali Democratic Republic (Now Somalia and Somaliland). It gives advice on nature conservation to the government, organizations and Institutions whose activities affect Somali wildlife and wild places. We are actively concerned both with the identification and the preservation of natural habitats in Somalia and Somaliland and with increasing national conservation awareness
The organization made considerable progress from 1983 –1990.
The most successful projects by the Somali Ecological Society during this period included the following:
Aim of the Conference
This SES Annual Conference, for the first time, seeks to consider the environmental issues, and to set out opportunities for the future, particularly in relation to environmental sustainability and livelihoods, and the challenges, most notably the energy challenges, of the 21st Century.
Who should attend/ who can attend
The aim of this Conference is to bring together those engaged in the formulation of policies along with those promoting the wise use of Somalia’s natural resources to address several specific objectives.
This conference aims to bring together everyone who is interested in or involved in maintaining the wise use of Somalia’s natural resources both land and marine based and to ensure the ensure sustaining biodiversity which is an essential component of nature which provides food medicine fuel wood etc
The SES Annual conference in 2017 theme this years aims to encourage cooperation and information exchange on different topics of ecology biodiversity research, energy, policy makers, scientists and experts,
The Conference would also be an exciting opportunity, especially for students, Interesting and encouraging lectures will be presented by experts that cover a range of disciplines related to biodiversity , Ecology and Biodiversity Conservation, Forestry, Marine Biodiversity, Plant and Animal Biodiversity, Sustainable Development and Vulnerable species.