Gavin Turk Exhibition
19 October - 3 December 2019
British artist Gavin Turk’s fascination with waste is a reoccurring theme throughout his body of work, exploring its aesthetic, function and value. Opening in October at Reflex Amsterdam, his new solo show features water colours, painted bronze sculptures, and large silkscreen prints, which investigate the environmental consequences of human existence and consumer society.
Butterfly Conservation: Conservation in the South-West Uplands: Challenges and Solutions
Tuesday 26 November
University of Exeter
The South-West uplands of Exmoor, Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor are home to some of our rarest species and the focus of much conservation effort from a wide range of conservation organisations. They are also complex landscapes, where numerous different stakeholders interact, working together to achieve multiple aims. This conference has been organised by the All the Moor Butterflies project with the aim of exploring some of the challenges facing conservation in the uplands and how we might begin to solve them together. The conference will examine a diverse range of themes, such as: farming, land use, soils, species conservation, partnerships, livestock and habitat restoration.
Link's Annual Debate
Tuesday 3 December 2019
WWT London Wetland Centre
Wildlife & Countryside Link is pleased to invite you to our Annual Debate on Tuesday 3 December at WWT London Wetland Centre in Barnes, SW13 9WT.
This debate follows our AGM and is a valuable opportunity to explore a major issue and its impact on society, the natural environment and the economy.
This year’s debate poses the question:
‘With their environmental future at stake, how do we ensure the voices of people of all ages, ethnicities, and backgrounds are heard in the nature crisis debate?’
The debate runs from 4pm - 5.30pm, after the debate, guests are invited to join us for a networking drinks reception until 7pm. Tickets available here.
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