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Nature for Us? 20th Annual Grant Lecture
Thu 17 November 2016, 18:30 – 21:00 GMT
Our relationship with the natural world has changed over the past 50 years as we’ve shifted focus away from only protecting wild areas from people, and towards recognising what nature does for us. As pressures on the natural world mount and decisions have to be taken, these differences become important. Professor Dame Georgina Mace (UCL Centre for Biodiversity and Environment Research) presents a brief overview of nature conservation and asks how priorities for nature might be established and implemented in our human-dominated world.
This event is free and is followed by a free wine reception at the Grant Museum of Zoology.
There is no need to book for this event.