[Coral-List] Free coral reef and sustainability lecture - attend or live-stream

Ben Lynch ben.lynch at imarest.org
Tue Mar 20 05:31:02 EDT 2018

Hi Jen,

Thanks for the heads up! We have fixed this on Eventbrite now so you can sign up to the webinar here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/live-stream-coral-reefs-in-their-international-year-tickets-43880560939?ref=ebtn

Just as a reminder, you will need a (free) IMarEST Web account in order to watch.

Sign up for one here<http://www.imarest.org/signup>, and then log in to IMarEST TV<https://imarest.cloud.panopto.eu/> at the time of the lecture to watch.

Kind regards,

From: J Lindsay [mailto:jlindsay at my.fit.edu]
Sent: 20 March 2018 01:09
To: Ben Lynch <ben.lynch at imarest.org>
Cc: coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov
Subject: Re: [Coral-List] Free coral reef and sustainability lecture - attend or live-stream

Not sure if anyone else is encountering this error, but I tried to register for the webinar and see "sales ended" at the top of the website. I can't seem to find any other registration link or way to redirect. Assistance please!


On Mon, Mar 19, 2018, 10:20 AM Ben Lynch <ben.lynch at imarest.org<mailto:ben.lynch at imarest.org>> wrote:
The IMarEST is pleased to invite you to a free lecture on coral reefs, climate change and conservation as part of our prestige Stanley Gray lecture series.
There is an option to attend in London on the 9th April 2018, or sign up to the live-stream to be watched anywhere in the world.


The lecture, presented by Professor James Crabbe will cover the following:

-          Can coral reefs survive in the face of ever-increasing global warming and environmental stress?

-          The impact of climate change on coral reefs and why we should care about them

-          Reefs in the Caribbean and in the Indo-Pacific; effects of environmental stress, adaptation and evolution in extreme environments and how that can help us understand climate change mitigation

-          Moving from science to conservation, and some of the latest modelling of geoengineering and solar radiation management

-          What we can do to help reefs become resilient and survive in the future

Kind regards,
The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology

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