The talk on Thursday 19th October will be online. It will be given by Peter Exley of the RSPB and the title is People power for nature: the challenges and opportunities.
Peter Exley has worked for the RSPB, for over 25 years, on building peoples’ support for nature, from campaigns to communities. He is currently involved in making the charity’s 170 nature reserves more visitable. In this talk he will look at the barriers, issues and opportunities, and why understanding people is essential to saving nature, using examples of projects he has worked on, from saving seabirds on islands to creating new nature reserves in the Somerset Levels.
The talk will start at 7:30 p.m. promptly.
Those on the CNHS mailing lists will be sent details of the Zoom link, which is different each meeting. If you want to receive the link, sign up by emailing email@example.com
You will join the meeting in a waiting room and will be let in at 7:30pm. Your video and audio will be off when you join. You will be able to use chat or Q&A to ask questions at the end of the talk, or you can raise a virtual hand from “reactions”. The event may be recorded and Society members who cannot join the event on Thursday will then be sent a link to allow them to hear it at their leisure. If you are not a member this is a good reason to join. Membership details here.