How rewilding transforms the world

How rewilding transforms the world
 
 Starts at 7:00 pm
 £17.03

Rewilding is a radical new approach to wildlife conservation, seeking to restore entire ecosystems.

Join wildlife journalist Millie Kerr as she explores the return of jaguars to an Argentinian national park, the first-ever pangolin reintroduction project in South Africa, and the giant tortoises that are aiding the recovery of ecosystems throughout the Galápagos Islands.

In this talk, discover stories of the spectrum of conservation options from around the world, and the bands of determined conservationists fighting for a better future.

Copies of Millie's latest book, Wilder: How Rewilding is Transforming Conservation and Changing the World, will be available to purchase at the end of the talk.

Event type

This is a theatre event, where the speaker and audience are together in our Theatre.

This event will not be livestreamed.

Timing

Doors to the theatre will open at 6.30pm. The event will begin at 7.00pm.

Covid guidelines

In line with government guidance, face masks are no longer mandatory. But while Covid-19 cases remain high, we recommend that face coverings are worn in our Theatre and at Ri events.

Accessibility

The Theatre is on the first floor and there is step-free access from the street via lift.

The closest underground station is Green Park, which is step-free.

There is space at floor level in the theatre for wheelchair users.

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2022-08-18 19:00 2022-08-18 19:00 Europe/London How rewilding transforms the world In this talk, discover stories of the spectrum of conservation options from around the world, and the bands of determined conservationists fighting for a better future. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2022/08/18/how-rewilding-transforms-the-world-300496 Royal Institution (inc Faraday Museum),21 Albemarle Street, London,London,London

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Royal Institution (inc Faraday Museum),

21 Albemarle Street, London,
London,
London,
W1S 4BS

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