Friday 18th – Evening – 7.30pm to close
Should wildlife film making be more than just visually stunning armchair entertainment? – chaired by Dominic Dyer
- Chris Packham – Naturalist and Broadcaster
- Mark Cawardine – Zoologist and Conservationist
- Mary Colwell – Natural History Film Producer and Writer
- Martin Hughes-Games – Natural History Producer and Presenter
Flagship wildlife TV series with multi-million budgets have been criticised for failing to address the huge threat to wildlife as a result of human activity. How can we ensure the natural world is both protected for the future and shared with us through the media?
Our expert panel will debate critical issues from illegal wildlife trade, deforestation, industrial pollution and destruction of habitats to meet the huge demands for land, food, energy and water of an expected 9 billion people on planet earth by 2050, the world’s wildlife is under greater threat today than any other time in the history of human civilisation.
What more could we all be doing?
This event is ticket only and tickets cost £15.
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