Bats and Artificial Lighting Symposium 2019
Tuesday 21 May 2019 at Arup's offices in London: 8 Fitzroy St, Bloomsbury, London W1T 4BQ
Through the Bats and Artificial Lighting Symposium 2019, BCT and their partners brought together experts from academia, the lighting industry and conservation to share their learning and experiences of best practice in terms of lighting and its impact on bats.
We were delighted to have Prof. Kevin Gaston (http://kevingaston.com/) Professor of Biodiversity & Conservation at University of Exeter as our keynote. Prof. Gaston is a natural scientist with in depth experience in leading, managing, and conducting basic, strategic and applied research on a range of environmental issues presently facing humanity, including the impacts of artificial lighting on a range of taxa and habitats.
The symposium then featured sharing of knowledge and best practice via a series of presentations. Click here to view the programme.
As with previous built environment symposia, we were looking for attendance from a diverse audience representing a cross section of the industries involved in lighting and wildlife within the built environment and encouraged networking throughout our breaks and lunchtime.
PROCEEDINGS from this event are being compiled and will be shared here in due course.
Any questions about the event, please contact BCT's Built Environment Manager, Jo Ferguson: firstname.lastname@example.org