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How many species would have gone extinct without conservation action?

12:00am-11:59pm on Thursday 1 April

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By consulting a global network on experts on the world's most threatened birds and mammals, Birdlife International's Chief Scientist, Stuart Butchart, was able to investigate how many species would have gone extinct over the last three decades in the absence of conservation action. The answer reveals how effective conservation efforts can be, even in the face of extreme threats.

 

Head over to the Earth Optimism website to watch this talk: https://www.earthoptimism.cambridgeconservation.org/stories-of-hope/savi... 

 

This is part of the Saving Species speaker series - one of the sessions in Earth Optimism's Stories of Hope programme. Why not search for 'Earth Optimism' to find out what else is on?

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Age: All Ages
Timing: Available on Demand
Cost: Free
Theme: Environment, Explore
Image copyright: BBC

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