Daniele CliffordMarine Futures Intern, Cumbria Wildlife Trust, The Crown Estate, Ørsted and Natural England
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About Daniele Clifford
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Channels contributed to:Capacity development Diversity, equity, inclusion Well-being and resilience
Rooms participated in:Let's welcome new members! Job opportunities Marine Conservation
That sounds like an amazing conference! Is there any place where we can see recordings of this conference?
Hello, I don't think the recordings are available to the public. However, slides from previous years can be viewed at http://coastal-futures.net/archive.
Hello, you are right about the job specifications might be putting people off and that enthuisaism does count for more as skills can be learnt! I am already building up my experience but I still feel like I am competing with David Attenorough clones or people as skilled a Marine Biologists with scuba diving and research equipment skills that few people have!! I believe we need to make conservation an activity before expecting it to be a jobs-only thing. That way, jobs are born! For example, I volunteer for a local nature conservation and ama helping someone with creating a new reserve. This keeps our council environmentalists in the job, made a Forest School and keeps contractors and charities like Groundwork in, which creates more opportunities on the whole. Lizzie.
Hi Lizzy, thank you for sharing your thoughts. It sounds like you're doing some great work!
Thank you Daniele for sharing these valuable findings with us and for highlighting this important discussion on the actions we can take on each level. I hope we can continue this discussion and take action within our community. With their permission, would you perhaps be able to share the Tomorrow’s Natural Leaders's report, once published, with our community as well? Thanks again for sharing your thoughts and key take-aways and also for your positive feedback on the WildHub Fika, much appreciated.
Thank you Thriza, it's great to see so much optimistic engagement with the topic. Of course, I'll post a link to the full report as soon as it's published.
Welcome to WildHub Dani! It's great to have you join our community and lovely to read about your background. Wishing you a good training!
Hi Tom, I just commented on your post before seeing this comment! Yes, I was at EBD. I did it through an organisation called DSC Regen. I assisted the group researching the transmission of vector-borne pathogens in 2018.
Hi Tom, I also did a three-month Research Assistant position at Estación Biológica de Doñana! I assisted the group researching the transmission of vector-borne pathogens in 2018. It's a fantastic research institute.
Thank you! And thank you to you for joining in with the training workshop. I wish you the very best for your future career! Also, I thought you might be interested to know that the Lizzie Daley, the yoga teacher from the yoga session yesterday is Shropshire based! :)
What a coincidence! It's so nice to meet more conservationists from Shropshire! All the best for the future :)
What a fantastic project! Thank you for sharing.