We have moved our free Conservation Lecture series online.
Thursday 14 October 2021, 6pm-7:30pm live on Zoom:
The Summit for Nature: Why it matters, and what you should know
We are delighted to welcome Dr Simon Stuart, Executive Director of A Rocha to give our 2021 online Keynote Conservation Lecture.
Over the last 20 years, the world’s governments have met on several occasions to agree on lofty goals to save the previous biodiversity on our planet. And each time the goals have not been achieved – worthy intentions have not been matched with political commitment. We continue to lose wild species and natural ecosystems at an unprecedented rate, and time is running out to turn the tide. In April/May 2022, the governments are meeting again to agree a new, ambitious plan for biodiversity. How can we make sure that we don’t fail nature again? What do we need to do about it?
Dr Stuart is a former BZS Trustee, a former head of Synchronicity Earth and is currently the Executive Director of A Rocha Foundation. His timely talk about global biodiversity conservation will take place around the vitally important COP26 meetings in Glasgow and COP15 Convention on Biological Diversity.
To attend this online talk, please book your tickets via Eventbrite and make a voluntary donation if you can. All donations will contribute towards prizes for our Alumni Awards.
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