3 October 2019
7.00pm - 8.30pm (doors open at 6.30pm)
Conservation Education Centre, Bristol Zoo Gardens, Guthrie Road, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 3HA (access from Guthrie Road, NOT main Zoo entrances)
This talk and discussion will address the complexities of the palm oil industry, the work undertaken by Bristol Zoological Society and the challenges of communicating this emotive topic.
Joint event with Bristol Zoological Society.
Contact Simon Garrett with enquiries.
Two talks, one on trawling for copepods on Lake Tanganyika and the other on teaching adventure on the shores of Lake Victoria. Optional supper.
4 September 2019
Les takes us to Burrington Ham on the north side of the Mendip Hills to talk about the future management of this highly important landscape steeped in history.
7 September 2019
Global hazards can be explained by understanding the recent movements of tectonic plates in places such as New Zealand and Hawaii.
1 October 2019
A day looking at old red sandstone and carboniferous geology.
6 October 2019
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