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Fragile Planet: Taming the Four Horsemen

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A conversation with Robin Hanbury Tenison, explorer and activist.

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Taming the Four Horsemen examines the major threats facing the world today and suggests radical ways they can be overcome. Robin Hanbury-Tenison, described by the Spectator as the doyen of British explorers, has travelled the rainforests and deserts of the world with leading scientists and over 100 different tribal groups. This has given him unique insights, which inform his latest book.

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Robin Hanbury-Tenison OBE, DL, Dsc, Dhc, MA, FLS, FRGS is an explorer with a conscience. He has spent much of his life travelling in the world's rainforests and deserts and campaigning to protect both them and their people. From his farm on Bodmin Moor, which won the Award as the Best Large Scale Renewable Energy Project in Cornwall, he still travels widely, lecturing and visiting expeditions in the field.

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We advise attendees to lateral flow test before joining us for the talk. Please do not attend if you test positive or have symptoms of Covid-19.

Attendees are encouraged to wear masks during the talk.

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Talk will take place in the Art Gallery upstairs. There is lift access to the first floor, and disabled access facilities on site.

Please let us know if there are any additional access requirements.

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The Royal Institution of Cornwall, founded in 1818, was set up to promote excellence across all fields relating to Cornwall’s world leading industries and art through the creation of the Royal Cornwall Museum, the Courtney Library and a programme of lectures.

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