Public Lecture

Public Lecture and Ecological Film Night

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Public Lecture - 'Biodiversity and You'

Tuesday 7 December 2010


CSIRO Discovery Centre

The Ecological Society of Australia together with the Council of Australian Museum Directors are happy to invite you to attend the ‘Biodiversity and You’ Public Lecture.

You will be entertained and informed by International Ecologists:

Dr Peter Bridgewater, Chair of the UK Joint Nature Conservation Committee

“Who moved my magic pudding? Seven steps to sustainability”

Professor Charles Krebs, Retired Fellow, University of British Columbia

“What ecologists know that now underpins sustainability”

Dr Lorrae van Kerkhoff, Lecturer, Australian National University

“Science in the age of democracy,or democracy in the age of science”

The evening will be facilitated by Mr Tony Peacock, CEO, CRC Association Inc and following on from the presentations you will be engaged with a facilitated discussion, during which audience participation is encouraged.

Industry professionals and the general public are all invited to attend and enjoy this evening.

This is an initiative of the Council of Australian Museum Directors, and is funded with assistance from the Science Connections Program within the Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research.

Ecological Restoration Film Night

Thursday 9 December 2010


Manning Clark Centre

This evening will be an exciting opportunity to view a screening of several engaging films showcasing successful ecological restorations from around the world. Following this will be a Q&A session.

The films have all been specifically chosen to demonstrate how much can be achieved in ecological restoration projects across a diverse range of regions, with the third film using an example of woodland restoration being undertaken in the Australian Capital Territory.

The Q&A session, which will include an expert panel of three ecologists all specialising in ecological restoration, will give the audience the opportunity to ask questions and participate in an open discussion between industry experts, professionals and the general public.

Conference attendees and the general public are all welcome to attend what is sure to be both an educational and entertaining evening. Light refreshments and finger food will be served.

This is an initiative of The Fenner School of Environment and Society.