Ackroyd & Harvey: Conversation on Conservation

Exhibition Talks
 

17 March 2016, 1pm
Ackroyd & Harvey in conversation with Professor Andrew Balmford (Conservation Science, Dept. of Zoology) and Anastasiya Timoshyna (Programme Leader, Medicinal Plants, TRAFFIC.). Themes: challenges and benefits of conservation, biodiversity loss, frontline field successes.
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24 March 2016, 1pm
Ackroyd & Harvey in conversation with David Gill (Programme Leader, Fauna & Flora International/Global Trees Campaign) and Dr. Tony Whitten (Regional Manager, SE Asia, Fauna & Flora International). Themes: why trees matter, interdependence of nature, diversity of wildlife and threats posed.
Booking needed: rsvp@conflictedseeds.com

7 April 2016, 1pm
Ackroyd & Harvey in conversation with Professor Rebecca Kilner (Evolutionary Biology, Department of Zoology) and Dr. Roz Wade (Interpretation and Learning, Museum of Zoology). Themes: natural selection, education and evolution, adaptation in a changing world.
Booking needed: rsvp@conflictedseeds.com

Exhibition Tours
 

12 March, 19 March, 2nd April 2016
All tours begin at 2pm.
Booking needed: rsvp@conflictedseeds.com

16 April 2016
Soapbox Saturday Event, 2pm

9 March – 17 April 2016
The David Attenborough Building
Wednesday – Sundays, 10am – 5pm

New Museums Site, University of Cambridge, CB2 3QZ
An art commission by the University of Cambridge

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