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environmental lecture by Simon Laman on 14 August 2007 12:06pm
I thought I would alert you to our lecture in September:

Thursday 13 September 2007, 7.00pm, at the Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London SW7.

Earthwatch Lecture: Animals & their Ecosystems.

Sue van Rensburg & Dr. Tigga Kingston.

Two talks on the complicated business of reconciling the needs of species with the delicate balance of their habitats, from zebras, giraffes and rhinos in South Africa to the lesser-known bats of Malaysia’s rainforests.

Entrance free, but by ticket only.

For tickets and further information, please ring (01865) 318856; e-mail [email protected]

Re: environmental lecture by Ken Dunn on 22 August 2007 8:47pm
What's the capacity of the venue? Is this posted on the RGS site? Do you think human development in the world should stop so that the species which are disappearing don't?

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