Tagged: environment

Bringing nature back to Devon (E Devon Branch)

A talk by Harry Barton, Chief Executive, Devon Wildlife Trust. We are facing an ecological as well as a climate crisis; over the last 200 years much of our wildlife has disappeared from Devon...

Devon’s Wildlife, Shore to Moor (Tavistock Branch)

John Walters will give a talk entitled “Shore to Moor, an overall view on wildlife as seen by a wildlife photographer and ecology consultant”. The talk will use photographs and field sketches to explore...

Our Crumbling Coastline (Tavistock Branch)

Kajal Donavan will give a talk entitled “Our crumbling coastline, the need to protect our coastline and why rock armour is the preferred option”. Please note that whilst it is hoped that the Branch...

Ethics in Media Medicine (Tavistock Branch)

To be held by Zoom video conferencing. Dr Lucy Obolensky will give a talk entitled “Ethics in Media Medicine, working on the Blue Planet series and Global Health”. Important notes To join this meeting...

President’s Symposium, October 2020

Valuing and Restoring Nature. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic we were unable to hold the 2020 symposium in the normal format, but it went ahead in a “virtual” form. It was curated by Clare...

Cancelled: Northam Burrows (Bideford Branch)

Please note that this event has been postponed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Details of the re-scheduled event will be posted when available. Michael Day, Northam Burrows Ranger talks about this newly designated United...

Ocean Changes (Tavistock Branch)

Guy Baker, Communications Coordinator for the Marine Biological Association. An illustrated talk on Ocean Changes.

Exeter Branch Report: Mar to May 2019

On Wednesday 13th March (2019), former economist and journalist Philip Agar gave a fascinating talk at the Mint Methodist Church Centre (Exeter) based on his latest book Stumbling through wartime childhood*, which is part...