18:00 - 20:00, 21 February 2018
At Oastler Building
Many wetlands throughout Africa provide critically important ecosystem services that benefit local people’s livelihoods and the wider environment. However, unprecedented levels of population growth, socio-economic change and the impacts of climate change, are increasingly threatening the sustainability of their benefits. Drawing on recent field research, this lecture examines ways in which policy-makers and local people are responding to various pressures on wetlands, and how capacity for resilient, adaptive and sustainable wetland management practices can be developed.
Please note new venue - this lecture takes place in the Oastler Building
The lecture begins at 6.30pm with complimentary refreshments served from 6.00pm.
For further information contact Applied Sciences:
Tel: 01484 473005
Cost for students: £0.0
Cost for seniors: £0.0
Cost for adults: £0.0
7:00 PM, 2 May 2018 to 8:00 PM, 2 May 2018 at Charles Sykes Building, first floor, room 1 (CSB1/01), Diamond Jubilee Lecture Theatre