Celebrating Life: Conserving Imperiled Ecosystems
Wednesday, 11 December, 2013 | 08:00 AM - 10:15 AM
--A Public Symposium--
Learn about biodiversity hot spots the world over, threats these areas face, and solutions being explored.
Wednesday's line up of presenters is:
8:10 LUCY SPERR. Discovering Panama: an effort to preserve biodiversity in a developing world
8:25 BRITNEY ZELL. Valdivian temperate forests: A model for conservation in developing countries
8:40 KAITLIN GREENFIELD. New Zealand: a story of endemic species
8:55 RUBY TEEGARDEN. Conservation efforts in the Carpathian Mountains
9:20 LUNA MARTINEZ. The land of the thunder dragon: Conservation in Bhutan
9:35 ERIC MITCHELL-HEALY. Precious plant communities of the Gaoligong Mountains
9:50 ELLA SAMUEL. The Ganges River: a parable for the sociopolitical and environmental consequences of anthropogenic apathy
Hosted by the Prescott College Conservation Biology Class
The symposium takes place from 8-10:15 am, Monday and Wednesday (Dec. 9 and 11) in the Natural History Institute Gallery.
This event is free and the public is encouraged to attend.
Grab a cup of coffee beforehand at the College's Crossroads Cafe.
Wednesday, 11 December, 2013
08:00 AM - 10:15 AM