Land comprises a range of natural resources including soil and water that are under increasing demands from a growing human population. To avoid degradation, these natural assets require careful management.
Huge benefits can be achieved through better land management, leading to a more sustainable environment that is resilient in the face of changing land use, climate change and extreme weather events.
The SOM 2017 Conference is being held at Rothamsted Resarch, Harpenden, United Kingdom from Sunday 3rd to Thursday 7th September 2017 and the Society is part of the Organising Committee.
The Scientific Programme has been finalised and is now available here
The UK Parliament is piloting an Academic Fellowship Scheme that will offer academic researchers at every stage of their career the rare opportunity to work on specific projects from inside Westminster’s walls.
The Parliamentary Academic Fellowship Scheme is offering academics from different subject areas and at any career stage the opportunity to come and work in Parliament.