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Long Strides for Wildlife: ten years of the Wildlife Trust

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These talks are run by the Cambridge City Group of the Wildlife Trust

The Director of the Wildlife Trusts for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire and Peterborough will talk about the problems facing us. There is the need to adapt to climate change; the realisation that for nature reserves ‘small’ is not necessarily ‘beautiful’; and in addition the massive development pressures which have radically changed the Wildlife Trust’s approach to conservation. Nick Hammond explains how this has happened, where the Trust is going in the next ten years and how we can help.

This talk is part of the Wildlife and Environment series.

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