Have camera, will travel - Sarah Canton

Join Sarah on her travels from South India to The Hebrides, a photographic journey spanning two decades of adventure.

Sail Britain: learning on the seas, connecting with the ocean - Oliver Beardon

See the blue planet from an entirely new perspective: where scientists, sailors, artists and researchers meet on the seas of the UK's coastline.

Endangered or vulnerable: lessons from snow leopard research: Ian Convery and Volker Deeke

Combining camera trap data and environmental modelling a team of University of Cumbria researchers set out to investigate the state of a snow leopard population in Kazakhstan's Ile Alatau mountains.

A new Arctic in the making - Professor Klaus Dodds

In advance of his Monday night lecture in London, Klaus discusses how and where the Arctic is changing and why it matters to those who call it home and those who don’t.

Fur seals, whales, candles and soap - Brian Anderson

Stunning images show what a difference the last 50 years of international protection has had on species in the South Atlantic.

Iditarod trail: The last great race on Earth - Max Hall

The Iditarod Trail sled dog race is a legendary journey of epic proportions across the frozen wastelands of the Alaskan wilderness. It includes 1,160 miles of snowy wilderness, crossing mountain ranges and sea ice. In this talk, Max Hall will show slides of the epic journey and discuss his unforgettable experiences on the trail. 

GCYFRG Grant Writing Workshop

This day-long workshop will bring together researchers with a variety of experience applying for grants big and small, local and national in the fields of children, youth and families.

The landscapes of Jane Austen - Dr Alan Crosby

Jane Austen lived at a time when fashions in landscape design were in the process of change. This talk considers landscape design in the late Georgian and Regency periods, in the context of those wonderful masterpieces of literature. 

 

Earth Photo exhibition

A shortlist of 50 exceptional photographs and films that document the earth in all its diversity, shown at Grizedale Forest in Cumbria.