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The price of extinction: what losing biodiversity costs

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  • UserWilliam Kendall (Green and Black's), Professor Bill Adams (Department of Geography), Pamela Abbott (Cambridge Conservation Forum), Dr Hazell Thompson (BirdLife International), Dr Ruth Swetnam (Department of Zoology)
  • ClockWednesday 10 March 2010, 19:00-21:00
  • HouseJudge Business School.

If you have a question about this talk, please contact Dr David Chapman.

Join Cambridge Conservation Initiative for a panel discussion on the social, economic and natural costs associated with the loss of biodiversity. Leading speakers from natural science, social science, NGO and business will make the case for the conservation of biodiversity. The event will be chaired by Tim Radford (The Guardian). You will have the opportunity to ask questions of the panel, and to join conservationists from across CCI for a drink and informal discussion afterwards. Sponsored by Science AAAS .

This talk is part of the Cambridge Science Festival series.

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