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5 May 2023 - 5 May 2023

1:00PM - 2:00PM

D210 The Dawson Building Durham University Science Site South Road Durham DH1 3LE

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A seminar and Q & A session cross-cutting four Research and Impact Groups: Bioarchaeology, Landscapes of Complex Societies, Northern Communities, and Heritage Partnerships

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Controlling climate change, increasing biodiversity, and sustainably managing land use for both people and planet are international and national priorities. On a personal level, too, many of us would like to contribute to the Nature Action Agenda. But what roles can archaeological, palaeoecological, and heritage research have in building a green future? In this informal lunchtime talk, Karen Milek will discuss the direction of travel in nature-action archaeology, and the new possibilities emerging from the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework and the UKRI’s ‘Transforming Tomorrow Together’ strategy. Come along to find out more about how archaeological research and heritage management can contribute to the local and national policies needed to drive transformational, nature-positive change.


All are welcome. Feel free to bring along your lunch. We may change rooms if interest exceeds the capacity of room D210, so please let us know that you wish to attend in person by signing up on Eventbrite here:


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Free to all attendees. Sign-up required if attending in person