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Fishing, Forestry and Climate-Friendly Futures

Jersey Overseas Aid
  • 21 May 5.45pm - 7.15pm
1 hr 30 mins
Jersey Arts Centre

Environmental degradation has led to unprecedented losses in both species and habitats and is estimated to affect the wellbeing of 40 per cent of the world’s population – 3.2 billion people. The devastation of these natural systems, including through climatic change, is most acutely felt by the world’s poorest – those who are least responsible for causing it and arguably the least well-prepared to withstand it.

Join Jersey Overseas Aid (JOA) and experts from the RSPB and Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust for a discussion on how, through JOA’s Conservation Livelihoods theme, pioneering projects in Sierra Leone and Madagascar are tackling climate change, biodiversity loss and multidimensional poverty, in an integrated way.

Tickets are free of charge (booking is essential – there will be no admission without a ticket).