21 May 2021 - 23 May 2021
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The Global Biodiversity Festival is a virtual weekend with a simple goal of shining a spotlight on biodiversity loss.
This is a truly global event that will bounce us around the globe as we celebrate the weird and the wonderful, highlight the challenges life faces and some good news conservation stories.
The Festival will share the diverse stories and challenges of scientists, explorers, conservationists, filmmakers and policy makers on the frontlines of the race to save the incredible variety of life on our planet... and ourselves.
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[Online] Join us for an informal discussion as we delve into this new book which reveals in beautiful detail the bird's song, habitat, characteristics and migration patterns, as well as the environmental issues that threaten its livelihood.
27 April 2021
[Online] The death of the high street was a favourite media headline even before the pandemic – and now there's an urgent need for change. One in seven shops stands empty, and many jobs have been lost. So what next?
6 May 2021
[Online] Join us for a panel discussion around Jennifer Lucy Allan’s new book The Foghorn’s Lament: The Disappearing Music of the Coast.
26 May 2021
After a talk on Tavistock World Heritage Site, Andrew will lead a walk around Tavistock, including to the canal and the Bedford Cottages.
29 June 2021
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