A Wilder Future: The Need for a Strong Environment Act

Date

9 May 2019

Time

18:00-21:00

Location

University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL

Organisers

Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, University of Warwick

The event

Come along to our ‘Wilder Future’ evening and hear from leading conservationists and academics, and find out how to let your local MPs know that more wildlife is better for us all, so that they support new laws – which are being debated right now – that will succeed in achieving nature’s recovery.

Keynote speakers:

Sir John Lawton: (Making Space for Nature) report 2010. Leader of the ‘Lawton Review’ on the resilience and adequacy of England’s wildlife sites.

Baroness Parminter: Liberal Democrat Lords Spokesperson (Environment, Food and Rural Affairs). Past Chief Executive of the CPRE (Campaign to Protect Rural England)

Our natural world is in a critical condition. The laws and systems to keep it healthy are failing. More than 60% of plants and animals in the UK are now under threat. One in eight face extinction. Come along to the ‘Wilder Future’ evening and make sure your voice is heard!

Booking and further information

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