Wed, 11 May|
Guildford Environmental Forum AGM
Guildford Environmental Forum AGM followed by What Next for Biodiversity in Surrey
Time & Location
11 May, 18:15 – 20:15
ZERO, 14 Friary St, Guildford GU1 4EH, UK
About the Event
The AGM will be followed by a talk to be given by Sarah-Jane Chimbwandira, CEO of Surrey Wildlife Trust.
The CEO of Surrey Wildlife Trust and also director and co-founder of the Surrey Nature Partnership and a Trustee
for the Surrey Hills Society, Sarah Jane Chimbwandira, will be talking to GEF members at our AGM:
We are living through the sixth mass extinction right now, with over 50% of our bio abundance lost and up to 40%
of our species threatened. The UK has one of the lowest biodiversity scores in Europe. What can we do to fix this?
Sarah Jane Chimbwandira, will lead an interactive session on the future of nature and conservation in Surrey.
What makes an effective conservation strategy?
What is a Nature Recovery Network and how can we better manage our landscapes?
How can we balance the needs of people and the rest of nature?
What do we need from our leaders?
What role can each one of us who cares about Surrey’s wildlife play?
Come and ask your questions and share your thoughts with other GEF members.