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Oman Natural Heritage Marine Lecture 2017

Doors and bar open 6.00pm - Lecture 7.00pm - 8.30pm (Exhibition Road Entrance)

This is the second annual Oman Natural Heritage Lecture at the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) in association with Oman's National Field Research Centre for Environmental Conservation to receive an update from practising Oman field scientists on important new research of Oman's Marine environment.

"Marine field scientists from Oman report on new research from the coast of Oman with a focus on Arabian Humpback Whales (pictured), dolphins and turtles. The talks by Aida Al Jabri, Suaad Al Harthi (Environment Society of Oman) and Robert Baldwin (Five Oceans) will describe recent conservation successes and how sustainable tourism can help safeguard this unique Arabian marine heritage. The speakers will also address the dangers of plastic pollution in the marine environment".

The evening will be chaired by Kamela Al Barami and Nigel Winser, Also the Oman Ambassador in London, His Excellency Abdul Aziz Abdullah Al Hinai will give the vote of thanks to close.

Full details of the lecture programme, exhibition and catering arrangements will be uploaded by Monday 14th August 2017. Until then please contact me on nigel@winserdialogue.com or the phone numbers below should you require any further press information should you wish to meet the speakers during their visit to London.

Kindest regards,

Nigel Winser

0795 46 9941 or 01608 676 297

25th June 2017

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