Tony Juniper

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Tony Juniper : Can the UK be a World Leader in Providing a Wilder Future?

Location: University of Hertfordshire , DeHavilland Campus
Mosquito Way,
Hatfield, Hertfordshire, AL10 9EU
Can the UK lead a world-wide movement to help avert environmental disaster? This is the big question that one of the UK’s leading green-campaigners will be asking and answering at this free event hosted by Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust at the University of Hertfordshire.

Event details

Date

Time
6.30pm - 9pm
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About the event

Can the UK lead a world-wide movement to help avert environmental disaster? Join Tony Juniper, campaigner, writer,sustainability adviser and environmentalist, for a talk examining the challenges faced by wildlife and the environment in the UK.

This talk is organised by Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust and is hosted by the University of Hertfordshire.

Programme

18.30 - Registration and networking

19.30 - Tony Juniper talk

20.15 - Q&A hosted by Dr Kathy Lewis

20.30 - Call to action followed by a book signing and networking

21.00 - End of event
 

About Tony Juniper

Tony Juniper CBE is a campaigner, writer, sustainability adviser and a well-known British environmentalist. For more than 30 years he has worked for change toward a more sustainable society at local, national and international levels. From providing ecology and conservation experiences for primary school children, making the case for new recycling laws, to orchestrating international campaigns for action on rainforests and climate change, his work has sought change at many levels.

He is has written numerous books including 2015's "What Nature does for Britain" and will be signing copies of his books on the night.
 

About Dr Kathy Lewis

Kathy is an environmental chemist and research leader for the Agriculture and Environment Research Unit. She joined the University in 1995 and established AERU soon after. Kathy became a Professor in 2014.

Kathy's main areas of interest include environmental management of agriculture, horticulture and land-use, in particular environmental pollution from chemical inputs and the impacts arising from agricultural processes taking a whole farm perspective. She is also involved in the development of techniques to encourage a more sustainable agriculture including the socio-economic aspects, rural development, policy issues, environmental labelling and green taxes.

Booking

Price

FREE

Suitable for

Children, Adults, Experts, Beginners

Know before you go

Dogs

No dogs permitted

Wheelchair access

Fully wheelchair accessible

Parking information

Free parking at venue

Facilities

Toilets
Disabled toilet
Baby changing facilities
Wilder Future spot

Wilder Future

This event is part of The Wildlife Trust's Wilder Future campaign. Find out how you can get involved and stand up for the wildlife that you love. 

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