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Chris Packham – World Land Trust patron, TV presenter, zoologist and conservationist – and other eminent speakers debated controversial aspects of conservation at an event organised by World Land Trust at the Royal Society on 14 October 2013.
"Controversial Conservation has done exactly what we hoped it would do," said John Burton, WLT Chief Executive, after the event. "It has started a public debate, and thanks to social media, we can keep these discussions going." Members of the public are encouraged to join the debate. Online questions and comments will be forwarded to panellists. Controversial Conservation was supported by the Sibthorp Trust.
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|00.00.00||Introduction||00.00.00||Mark Avery - The Sparrowhawk dilemma|
|00.07.00||Chris Packham - Which species can we save?||00.14.02||George Fenwick - Domestic and feral animals on the loose|
|00.34.44||Vivek Menon - Living alongside big, dangerous animals||00.33.36||Celia Haddon - Domestic and feral animals on the loose|
|00.53.34||Q & A||00.46.44||Q & A|
Paraguay and Piranhas
WLT Chief Executive John Burton talks to writer and comedian Tony Hawks about the Paraguayan Chaco and the work that the Trust is doing to help preserve the wildlife and indigenous culture of this amazingly biodiverse region.
Restoring Forests - Reducing Carbon
With global warming becoming increasingly apparent, reducing and offsetting carbon emissions is now a priority.
This podcast features Rebecca Absalom (formerly WLT Carbon Projects Officer) and Roger Wilson (WLT’s Senior Conservationist: Special Projects Development) discussing how WLT projects are reducing the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
Webcams in the Wild
Jack Astbury (formerly WLT Projects Development Officer) and Gustavo Morejon (of Fundación Jocotoco, one of WLT’s conservation partners in Ecuador) talk about setting up a webcam at Buenaventura Reserve in Ecuador, the challenges they face and their plans for the future.