Dame Georgina Mace: Valuing Nature

Dame Georgina Mace is an eminent UK scientist and has been invited to tour New Zealand as part of the Rutherford Memorial Lectures. Professor of Biodiversity and Ecosystems at UCL (University College London), as well as Head of the Centre for Biodiversity and Environment Research, Dame Georgina’s research concerns measuring the trends and consequences of biodiversity loss. Dame Georgina will discuss themes from her speech How should we value nature in a human-dominated world?, which she will give in Auckland, Wellington and Dunedin on the 21st, 23rd and 28th of February. The 2017 Rutherford Memorial Lecture is hosted by the Royal Society of New Zealand in partnership with the The Royal Society, London.

Dame Georgina Mace: Valuing Nature
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