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Saving wildlife together: Conflict, co-existence and conservation

11th February 2015, Bristol Zoo Gardens

BCSF, Bristol Zoo & UN biodiversity logos

Golden lion tamarin

Our 7th Annual Bristol Zoological Society Symposium will explore ways to identify and understand the interface between the needs of people and conservation of species and habitats.

It will also examine approaches to reconcile potential conflict to ensure that conservation strategies are socially, ecologically and economically sustainable.

Please click here for the full details of the symposium

Speakers include:

Prof Phyllis Lee
Professor of Psychology, University of Stirling

Prof Catherine Hill
Professor of Anthropology, Oxford Brookes University

Dr Simon Christmas
Independent researcher, author of DEFRA report Engaging people in biodiversity issues

Prof Stephen Emmott
Head of Computational Science, Microsoft Labs Cambridge

Where: The Clifton Pavilion, Bristol Zoo Gardens, BS8 3HA

When: 11th February 2015,
9:45 am – 7 pm

Fees*: £75/person (£42/student)

*Includes entry to Bristol Zoo Gardens, coffee/tea breaks, buffet lunch& reception drinks/nibbles (5.30-7pm)

To register: click here to download a registration form and return completed forms to Dr Sue Dow.