A Sustainable Future for Wildlife and People - Is It Possible?
In association with the Royal Geographical Society
Wednesday 14 November 2012
Lecture Theatre 8W 1.1
Wildlife is getting progressively less ‘wild’ as people modify more of the planet. How much wildlife do we need, or even like? Do we need tigers, sparrows or tree snails? Simon Garrett, Head of Learning at Bristol Zoo, gives a thought-provoking insight into the future.
For more lectures, see the full Autumn 2012 GULP programme.
Mr Simon Garrett
Mr Simon Garrett, BSc(Hons), FRGS, is Head of Learning at Bristol Zoo. Simon has worked full-time at the Zoo since June 1990. He led a six month expedition to Venezuela in 1989 after graduating in Biology from Bristol University.
Simon has been involved in field work in Zimbabwe and the Comoro Islands.