The “Insect Apocalypse” – Fact and fiction

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Date(s) - 06/10/2021
19:30 - 21:30

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A talk by Professor Adam Hart of the University of Gloucestershire.

Insects may well be in trouble, but what are the facts behind the headlines – are we really facing an insect apocalypse and what can we do about it? Professor Adam Hart discusses some of the latest evidence behind the headlines.

This promises to be a very interesting talk and an opportunity for us to hear an expert’s opinion about the way Natural history is reported, and how to get to the facts that should be influencing how we think and act about conservation.

This is a Zoom talk which starts at 19.30, and the meeting will be open from 19.15 for attendees to sign in before the start.

For members to register and receive a link for this talk free of charge, please contact Barrie Mills at [email protected] to book your place. Non-members are welcome to attend for a fee of £2.00 payable below.

Please sign up well in advance of the talk, (at least three days) to give Barrie time to reply to everyone, and for any PayPal attendees to get their payment cleared prior to the talk.




 

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