Wed, 16 Jun | Zoom

What does ecosystem collapse mean for Dorset and our local resilience?

Online talk with Q&A by Professor Adrian Newton of Bournemouth University. This event is being hosted by Planet Wimborne.
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What does ecosystem collapse mean for Dorset and our local resilience?

Time & Location

16 Jun, 19:30 – 20:30
Zoom

About the Event

The speaker is particularly interested analysing the biodiversity dynamics of fragmented forest landscapes. He is also researching societal responses to biodiversity loss, including protected areas, ecological restoration and development of the green economy. This talk with Q&A has been organised by Planet Wimborne who have invited participants in the Planet Shaftesbury network to join them.

Planet Wimborne have sent advance information and a joining link as below: they say, we are privileged to be joined by Professor Adrian Newton from  Bournemouth University. HIs talk, followed by the opportunity to ask questions, will be  discussing the following important issues.

What does ecosystem collapse mean for Dorset?

How do we make local communities resilient to the inevitable effects of climate  change?

Time 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm, Wednesday 16th June

(Please sign in 5 minutes beforehand so we are able to start on time.)

PW is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Planet Wimborne Zoom Meeting

Time: Jun 16, 2021 07:30 PM London

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