Threatened Species Project Talk - Fearless Science
Wednesday 25 October, 6- 7.30pm
All proceeds of this talk go towards supporting Threatened Species . Adults $10, Students/ Concessions $5
Well-directed science is essential in navigating a path forward at this time of climate, biodiversity and extinction crises. How do we ensure that research is relevant and clearly communicated, and that it forms the foundation of Tasmanian environmental policy.
Join us with 4 wonderful minds to discuss this subject:
Eloise Carr - The Australia Institute
Eve Lazarus - Landscape Recovery Foundation
Charley Gros - Bob Brown Foundation
Sally Bryant AM - Wildlife Ecologist
Eric Woehler OAM - Shorebird and Seabird Ecologist
There are 683 species of plants and animals, including insects and other invertebrates, on Tasmania's Threatened Species List. Yes, there are the iconic ones so many people know about, but there are numerous species that are tiny, little known or ‘less attractive’, which are no less important to our rich and varied eco-system. This new exhibition will expand our understanding of the range & diversity of threatened species and educate of their plight. It also aims to raise much needed funds to go towards their support.
It’s a small thing we can do during an age of climate change, mass species decline and habitat loss.
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