Ecology: Into the next 100 years
In celebration of the British Ecological Society’s centenary in 2013 the Society is delighted to be hosting the 11th INTECOL Congress. The theme of the congress is “advancing ecology and making it count”. This reflects the Society’s ambition to present world class ecology at a meeting that truly moves the science forward.
Make a note in your diary now for this key event and check the BES website (www.britishecologicalsociety.org/meetings/current_future_meetings/2013_intecol/index.php) to keep up to date with developments. The congress will be the BES’s annual meeting that year and is just one of the centenary events being planned.
The congress will be held at the Excel Centre (www.excel-london.co.uk), voted 2007 Best Venue in the Eventia Awards; this waterside exhibition venue will also be one of the prominent sites for the 2012 London Olympics and Paralympics.
It is situated in a stunning waterfront location alongside Royal Victoria Dock, their 100 acre campus-style site is within easy access of central London – having 3 onsite train stations, easy access to the Jubilee Line, London City airport plus onsite parking and the addition of further transport links in time for the Olympics and Paralympics. It will be an exciting time visit London and experience everything that the great capital has to offer.
Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution
Czech Ecological Society
Ecological Society for Eastern Africa
Ecological Society of America
Ecological Society of Australia
Ecological Society of Germany, Switzerland and Austria
Ecological Society of Japan
French Ecological Society
Macedonian Ecological Society
National Institute of Ecology, India
Portuguese Ecological Society
Romanian Ecological Society
Swedish Oikos Society
Turkish Ecological Society