Explore practical actions to reverse the ecological and climate crises in Cornwall (including rewilding initiatives, innovative partnerships and policy changes), and hear about things we can all do to help.
The world faces intertwined climate and ecological crises. Our planet is warming and human activity is impacting nature at an unprecedented rate, with some scientists arguing that we are entering a period of mass extinction.
Cornwall is not immune to these crises, with Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s State of Nature report indicating that:
Nearly ½ of terrestrial mammals are found in fewer places in Cornwall in comparison to 30years ago
The average temperature in Cornwall has increased by nearly 1oC in the last 35 years
While the situation is alarming, there is reason for hope. It’s increasingly clear what the solutions are, and there’s fantastic work taking place for nature’s recovery across Cornwall. We just need to do more of it.
Join Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s CEO, Carolyn Cadman, and Head of Conservation, Cheryl Marriott, to hear about practical actions being taken to reverse the ecological and climate crises in Cornwall, including exciting rewilding initiatives, innovative partnerships and policy and industry changes, and hear about things we can all do to help the natural world.
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Art Gallery at the Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro