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    Earthwatch debate: Does nature come with a price tag?

    Thursday, May 5, 2016
    Royal Geographical Society

    Should we put a monetary value on nature to save it? That is the core question at the Earthwatch Spring debate.

    Earthwatch debate: Does nature come with a price tag?


    Senior’s Festival Earthwatch Expedition

    Friday, 9, October, 2015
    Yarra Room, Melbourne Town Hall, Melbourne

    Hear from Guest speaker Earthwatch lead scientist Dr Desley Whisson explain how human-induced climate change is reshaping the habitat of Australia’s beloved koala.

    Senior’s Festival Earthwatch Expedition


    Earthwatch Australia Annual Fundraising Dinner

    Wednesday 2 September, 2015, 7pm
    encore 10 Jacka Boulevard, St Kilda

    A global leader in micro-sensor technologies and systems, Dr de Souza will tell us about his work placing robotics on Mars and computers the size of a grain of sand on the backs of bees in Tasmania.

    Earthwatch Australia Annual Fundraising Dinner


    Climate Change in Britain? Have your say.

    Thursday, October 29, 2015
    Royal Geographical Society, South Kensington, London

    Earthwatch is bringing together a panel of top experts to outline what they consider Britain's vital actions on climate change to be.

    Climate Change Action in Britain? Have your say.


    Earthwatch Australia Alumni Science Talk event to be held in Hobart

    Monday 4 May, 2015
    SULLIVANS COVE IXL EXECUTIVE APARTMENTS, 3 EVANS ST, HOBART

    We are delighted to announce that Hobart’s own, internationally renowned CSIRO scientist, Dr Denise Hardesty is presenting at Earthwatch Australia’s first Alumni event in Hobart on Monday 4 May.

    Earthwatch Australia Alumni Science Talk event to be held in Hobart


    Turning the tide: coastal communities and conservation

    Thursday 14 May
    Royal Geographical Society, South Kensington, London

    Our next free public Earthwatch event will bring together some of the most innovative scientists of our time, to present the latest in scientific research and conservation practice in the fight to save our tropical coastal ecosystems.

    Turning the tide: coastal communities and conservation


    Meeting the Freshwater Challenge

    Wednesday, February 18, 2015
    Royal Geographical Society, Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AR

    From the wetlands of the Pantanal to the pond in your back garden, the fresh water we depend on is under pressure. Join us at this Earthwatch lecture to learn more about the global challenge, and find out how you can take action to become a part of the solution.

    Meeting the Freshwater Challenge


    Rewilding the UK: Living in the Past or Preparing for the Future?

    Thursday 16 October 2014
    Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AR, UK

    Could we really hear a wild wolf’s howl in Britain again? If human activity is to blame for the wolf’s demise in the UK, along with the local extinction of bears, lynx and beavers, is it now time to redress the balance and bring these captivating creatures back? Have your say - join the debate.

    Rewilding the UK: Living in the Past or Preparing for the Future?


    Earthwatch Summit 2014

    Saturday, November 8, 2014
    Harvard Science Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts

    Join us for the Earthwatch Summit 2014 on Saturday, November 8, 2014 at the Harvard Science Center in historic Cambridge, Massachusetts.

    Earthwatch Summit 2014




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