About the Conference on Wind energy and Wildlife impacts
The Conference on Wind energy and Wildlife impacts (CWW) is an event that tackles how to solve the environmental impacts of wind farms. The event also encourages researchers, developers, consultants, regulators and stakeholders that have experience of finding solutions to these environmental concerns to work together and share knowledge. This promotes a collaborative approach to resolving the key issues faced at wind farms.
The conference takes places every two years and attracts a global audience. So far, there have been four CWW events. The first took place in Norway in 2011, followed by Sweden in 2013, Germany in 2015 and Portugal in 2017. The fifth conference is taking place in Scotland in 2019.
The 5th Conference on Wind energy and Wildlife impacts 2019 (CWW 2019) is taking place in Stirling, Scotland, 27‐30 August 2019.
Experts from across the globe will come together at the University of Stirling in a series of keynote talks, sessions and workshops, to share their knowledge on the impact that wind energy has on wildlife and discuss the upcoming challenges for this dynamic industry.
Located in the heart of Scotland, the University of Stirling boasts one of Scotland’s most scenic campuses. The Wallace Monument and Ochil Hills provide an inspiring backdrop to the city of Stirling.
The conference is now fully booked.
The call for abstracts is now closed.
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