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REWILDING: A talk presented by Sussex Wildlife Trust & Wordfest and Ropetackle fundraiser

Wednesday 12th February 2020 - Starts 7.30pm

TICKET PRICE: £10, £40 for all five talks

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Ending the War on Nature – A series of talks by Sussex Wildlife Trust

£10 per show, £40 all five talks (add all events to basket and discount will be applied)

Dr Tony Whitbread, independent ecologist and President of the Sussex Wildlife Trust will give three talks from February to June 2020 at Ropetackle Arts Centre on key environmental issues, with an additional talk in May by Henri Brocklebank on marine conservation.  There will be a final session in June looking at the overall theme of environmental protection. Please see What’s On for the full list of talks.

February 12 –  Rewilding.  This is a discussion about what we mean by rewilding and its relevance to nature conservation, ecosystem restoration and to our own health and wellbeing.

Dr Tony Whitbread, who retired as Chief Executive of Sussex Wildlife Trust in March 2018, has returned to take a leading role in nature conservation as President of Sussex Wildlife Trust. He joined the Sussex Wildlife Trust in 1991 as Head of Conservation before taking on the role of Chief Executive Officer in 2006.  During his time, Dr Whitbread played a huge role as a conservation advocate, battling against road building, urban development, the potential expansion of Gatwick Airport and other countryside loss.

Dr Whitbread was at the forefront in promoting the need for the establishment of the South Downs National Park.  He also played a leading role in establishing the Sussex Biodiversity Record Centre, which holds almost seven million species records – information used to inform planning decisions.

Henri Brocklebank Director – Conservation Policy and Evidence

Henri Brocklebank is the Director of Conservation at the Sussex Wildlife Trust and has been focused on wildlife in Sussex for many years.  She leads the Trusts work in the Marine Environment and is Chair of the #HelpOurKelp partnership. She is Deputy Chair of the Sussex Local Nature Partnership, working with a wide range of organisations to promote investment in Sussex Natural Capital.


What's On - Talks

Date
Artist
Event
Time
Price

Steve Richards Rock n Roll Politics

Wed 25th Mar
Talks, Politics
Wed 25th Mar £14.00
7.30pm
£14.00

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