This online event on Thursday 17 March 2022 will brief parliamentarians on the evidence on the financial risks of nature loss and how they can be assessed.
About POST events
POST is committed to making research accessible to the UK Parliament. To achieve this we host a range of events throughout the year, which aim to give parliamentarians and staff the opportunity to hear directly from leading experts.
POST events range from closed intimate round-table discussions for parliamentarians, to presentations to academic delegations, seminars on key topics, and even full-day conferences open to the public, often in collaboration with major academic bodies. We strive to ensure accessibility, representation, balance and impartiality, which is why our events draw from a wide range of topics and bring a diverse selection of specialists and stakeholders to share their expertise.
Sense About Science in partnership with POST and the Commons Library bring Evidence Week in Parliament this November. This year's event will focus on Net Zero, Health, and Data and AI.
Examining the impact of food insecurity on children’s health, and interventions to support access to healthy food for children.
Summaries of past POST events
This event was held on the 17th of March 2022 to launch the publication of the new POSTnote on ‘Financial Risks of Nature Loss’. The event was sponsored by the British Ecological Society and chaired by Baroness Parminter.
On 15 September, 2021 POST held a closed briefing on Food insecurity and children’s health. As this was a closed event for Parliamentarians and parliamentary staff, questions and comments during the discussion have not been attributed.
This event was held on Monday 24th May 2021 to launch the publication of the new POSTnote on ‘Effective Biodiversity Indicators’. The event was sponsored by the British Ecological Society and chaired by Barry Gardiner MP.