This weekend St Helena welcomed the participants and speakers who will take part in the 2019 St Helena conference. This is the second St Helena International conference and this years regional conference will focus on the Natural Capital of the South Atlantic from the 11th to the 15th March 2019.
The 2019 conference which is organised by SAERI in partnership with other St. Helena organisations will take place in the Islands capital (Jamestown) at Anne’s place which has been chosen as the conference venue.
St Helena was recently selected by the South Atlantic Environmental Research Institute (SAERI) to implement a Natural Capital Assessment project .
Speakers from around the region who will speak at the conference has flown to St Helena this weekend to prepare for the first regional conference to be hosted on St. Helena.
Local organisations linked to the Natural Capital project will also be presenting at the conference this week. The event will start on the 11th of March with internal workshops and meetings, and the conference venue will open at 0900 with an opening presentation from Islands Governor Lisa Honan.
For the very first time the conference will stream continuously live audio across the internet from the conference venue in Jamestown, details about how to listen live to the conference will be made available soon; updates will be available on our Facebook page and twitter feed and also directly from the Conference website https://st-helena-conference.com
The conference programme is also available here https://st-helena-conference.com/programme/