Our Sponsors

Headline Sponsor

Through a network of habitat banks, we’ve launched Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG) Units – a groundbreaking new product that gives developers a simple, risk-free way to implement BNG and at the same time provides the opportunity for landowners to diversify their business. It has the power to unlock sustainable development and restore nature.

Website: https://environmentbank.com/

Headline Partner

We are the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA). We are the global professional body for over 20,000 individuals and 300 organisations working, studying or interested in the environment and sustainability.

Website: https://www.iema.net/

Drinks Reception Sponsor

Real Wild Estates is a unique land management business, specialising in ecosystem restoration and nature recovery at scale. Unlike NGO’s, conventional land agents or other businesses, we deliver landholders viable financial returns – through the business of gold standard nature restoration, from large landscape restoration projects, to farmlands, estates and brownfield sites.

Website: https://www.realwildestates.com/


NatureMetrics was born to bridge the gap between molecular ecologists and environmental managers. Our diverse team of specialists now straddle the worlds of applied ecology, academic research, environmental policy, industry standards and biodiversity conservation. We see ourselves as playing a major role in developing a new industry – laying robust foundations for growth by working collaboratively with all stakeholders to demonstrate and validate our methods, building trust, confidence and understanding so that we can accelerate collective understanding and protection of the natural world.


We would like to thank our sponsors and partners for supporting this inaugural conference. If you would like to find out more please visit them in the Minerva Building Atrium. If you would like any introductions, please contact the Conference Team via the registration desk or conferences@lincoln.ac.uk in the first instance.