POSTPONED UNTIL 2021 DUE TO COVID-19 ARRANGEMENTS
Watch this space for more details as they become available ....
Climate change is an area of great concern to the general public, and a major challenge for wildlife in Norfolk. This one-day event is aimed at introducing climate change and exploring its consequences for wildlife in Norfolk. It is open to everyone, and is intended as a forum for all those interested in knowing more about this vitally important subject. There will be a mixture of talks and discussion, with the opportunity for anyone to ask questions. Teas, coffee and lunch will be provided.
The event will be compered by Nick Acheson. We already have the following speakers lined up:
Andy Clarke of NENBC on "What is climate change, and why should we care?";
David Waterhouse of Norwich Museum on "Climate change in deep time, and lessons for the future";
Jeff Price of the Tyndall Centre at University of East Anglia (UEA) on "Predictions for wildlife in Norfolk";
Aldina Franco,also of UEA, on "Consequences of climate change for birds in Norfolk".
The event will be held at Trimingham Village Hall. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a place. Tickets will be available shortly.