India is home to 60% of the extant Asian elephant population and also has one of the highest human populations in the world. This has meant that pressure on available elephant habitat is ever increasing and has led to a high degree of human-elephant conflict.
This event was organised by the Chester and North Wales committee and was a joint event with Chester Zoo's Act for Wildlife.
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[In-person] Join Colin Buck, senior archaeologist from Cornwall Council for a field day exploring the industrial archaeology of Minions Moor.
14 July 2022
Brian discusses priorities and opportunities for rewilding and nature recovery networks to limit the impact of climate change.
3 February 2022
The talk will highlight small charities working in international development to support the Sustainable Development Goals, in areas such as girl's education, women's economic empowerment, food security and advocacy for safe communities.
18 November 2021
This talk presents findings from the ASSIST research project. Starting from a geological perspective and issues of spatial proximity and sense place, the project also incorporates insights and methods from psychology and computer science.
24 February 2021
Explore the exquisite balance of nature in the Yukon Territory, including the waxing and waning of the iconic lynx, snowshoe hare, and abalone fishers.
20 January 2021
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