The Irish Ecological Association was established in 2016 as a partner organisation to the British Ecological Society. It provides a forum for an international group of Irish-based ecologists and professionals interested in ecological science to meet, collaborate and solve ecological problems.
Across the island of Ireland, the IEA aims to:
“The IEA works in partnership with us to strengthen networks and opportunities for ecologists and evolutionary biologists in Ireland and the UK.” BES
#Rewilding - what does #wild mean?— BES Policy Team (@BESPolicy) November 22, 2019
With a dramatically #alteredlandscape and extensive #humanpopulations, how might the #restoration of the island of #Ireland's #nature take place?
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The Irish Ecological Association’s first postgraduate workshop of the year with guest speaker, Sarah Hone, a casting associate, …