SCION logoThank you for attending the OESF 2019 from Monday 2nd to Friday 6th September 2019 in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Registration closed.

Download the OESF 2019 Final Programme Overview

Registration Types Early Bird (up to 30 June 2019)
(New Zealand Dollars inc GST)
Regular (from 1st July 2019)
(New Zealand Dollars inc GST)
Full Forum Registration
Provides access to the full programme 02-06 September (pre-forum workshops, opening welcome, plenaries, presentation sessions, town hall meetings, side events, community events and fieldtrip). As well, forum accessories and catering as listed in the programme  (except for the forum dinner)
NZ$750 NZ$850
Concession – Full Forum Registration
As above and discounted for bona fide students, indigenous peoples, iwi, kaitiaki, community & grassroots, local NGOs and participants from non-OECD countries
NZ$600 NZ$700
Forum Dinner Ticket
Evening Tuesday 4th September 2019
NZ$85 NZ$95
Single Day Registration
Valid for one day only. Provides access to the full programme on that day. Does not include dinner ticket for the 4th September 2019.
NZ$220 NZ$220
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OESF 2019 activities

  • Plenariesfeature inspiring and up-coming leaders as keynote speakers and panel participants!
  • Presentation Sessionsopportunities for high quality natural and social science researchers, practitioners and decision makers from all sectors to orally present their work.
  • Pre-forum workshops: a setting for courses, training or stakeholders to discuss technical topics and engage in active exchanges of ideas and expertise. Organised by: Scion, ANU,USGS, GEO, AAG, esri, Massey University, MfE, Stats NZ, He Oranga mo Nga Uri Tuku Iho Trust, Manaaki Whenua & IUCN.
  • Town Hall-Style Meetingsoffer a sounding board for new collaborations and ideas, or opportunities to launch important products or projects.
  • Side Events: provide an opportunity for member based organisations to hold meetings, or experts to hold discussions on high-level topics, led by IUCN CEM; USGS, GEO, AAG, esri; and WWF New Zealand, NIWA and University of Auckland.
  • Field Tripthe full day field trip will be focused on the practical application of ecosystem services.

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