BGCI's Stella Simiyu takes part in high profile debate at the British Museum
15 September 2010
Conserving biodiversity. Whose money? Whose rules?
A debate at the British Museum
A high-profile panel debates the costs and advantages of retaining biodiversity in South Africa. Chaired by the BBC’s Andrew Marr, with panellists including Stella Simiyu of Botanic Gardens Conservation International and Johan Eliasch, founder of Cool Earth.
Wednesday 29 September, 18.30
BP Lecture Theatre
£5, includes a ticket to Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
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