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Saving Ely's Wildspace

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This talk follows the AGM of the Friends of the Roman Road and Fleam Dyke. Members free. Non-members £2.50

An illustrated talk by Andrew Balmford, Professor of Conservation Biology at the Zoology Department of Cambridge University.

Professor Andrew Balmford’s research has been on the identification of priority areas for conservation action; establishing how much effective biodiversity conservation would cost; and how conservation efforts might best be reconciled with other forms of land use, especially in developing countries. He is keen on building close working relationships between conservation scientists and conservation practitioners. He was active in the campaign to save Roswell Pits.

This talk is part of the Wildlife and Environment series.

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