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Upcoming Green Crime Conference In London

We would like to spread the word about an upcoming conference in London. The National Environmental Crime Conference 2013, “Perspectives on the use of technology and crime science to prevent environmental crime”, will be taking place on Wednesday 27th November, 2013 at 30 Euston Square, London, NW1 2FB.

“Environmental crime and eco-security matter—and are increasingly on the agendas of national and local government. Existing and new threats are a growing problem that are having a direct impact on the global environment and human wellbeing. This fourth UK National Environmental Crime Conference brings together industry and academic expertise with practitioners and policymakers to discuss a range of current and future problems such as wildlife crime, industrial pollution and illegal waste disposal.

The conference will feature talks from Interpol, the Environment Agency, NGO’s, academics and technology companies such as Smartwater, as well as a ‘Question Time’ panel debate hosted by the BBC Crimewatch presenter, Nick Ross. Registration for this event costs £25 and includes a full-day conference with a buffet lunch (£20 of this fee will be donated to a participating eco-charity.) Alternatively, if you are a science or technology company that would like to exhibit at the event, please contact Joanna Hill at joanna.hill.11@ucl.ac.uk”

To register for this event, please visit our website:

https://connect.innovateuk.org/web/national-environmental-crime-conferences

A preliminary schedule and full event flyer available here.

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