Events: Biological Concern for Climate Change

A talk by


Distinguished and Internationally recognised Ethnobotanist

Sir Ghillean Prance is internationally renowned and
respected as Plantsman and Ethno-Botanist and
Ecologist. Formerly Director of the Royal Botanic
Gardens, Kew from 1988 to 1999 and Scientific
Director of the Eden Project in Cornwall (1998-2010)
and is Visiting Professor at Reading University (1988-
). He is a McBryde Senior Research fellow at the US
National Tropical Botanical Garden in Hawaii.
Sir Ghillean was trained as a plant taxonomist
and has spent over many years on fieldwork
and botanical exploration on 39 expeditions in
Amazonian Brazil. He has a worldwide interest in
the sustainable development of rainforest ecosystems
and conservation generally.

Tickets £10 including refreshments
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