Wed, 18 Jul | Kingston University London

Networking and Talks Evening

These quarterly talks focus on biodiversity issues around urban living often with a strong practical element that people can act upon in their homes and neighbourhoods. There is plenty of time to talk and meet other people interested in conservation in the borough as well as two short talks from inv
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Networking and Talks Evening

Time & Location

18 Jul 2018, 19:00 – 21:00
Kingston University London, Penrhyn Rd, Kingston upon Thames KT1 2EE, UK

About The Event

These quarterly talks focus on biodiversity issues around urban living often with a strong practical element that people can act upon in their homes and neighbourhoods. There is plenty of time to talk and meet other people interested in conservation in the borough as well as two short talks from invited speakers.

Usual Agenda

6:45 - arrival, tea and networking

7: 00 -Dragonflies by David Courtneidge from the London Wildlife Trust

7:30 - updates from the floor

8:00 - Tea, networking

8:20 - Local group updates from Elliot Newton, Environment Trust and Andrew Robinson, idVerde

9:00 - Close

When: Wednesday 18th July

Where: Kingston University, subscribe to our newsletter for details

Over the last couple of years we have covered topics as diverse as:

Rewilding, The Thames River Survey, The Lost Effra Project, why Kingston should care about beavers, greening London’s fire stations, could we have wild boars in Kingston? And the future of conservation in Kingston, should we be more radical?

Anyone interested in nature is warmly invited to attend this talk and networking evening. You don’t need to know anything about conservation to come to the meeting, you just need an interest in nature. Hear about the latest in biodiversity thinking and action. Connect with others involved with conservation and bring your news and events to share.

The next dates will be:

2018

October 17th

2019

January 16th

April 17th

July 17th

October 16th

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