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Chris Packham adamant: “There’s no scope for apathy”

Written by on 30th September 2015

Chris Packham adamant: “There’s no scope for apathy”

 
 
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Naturalist and broadcaster Chris Packham addressed the community today through a public lecture about living organisms, the environment and natural selection and the risk of over population today.

Photo credit: University of Lincoln

Following his recent introduction as Visiting Professor of the University of Lincoln, through the medium of speech and his own photos he explained his own history as an observer but also an activist within the natural world.

Reporter Sebastian Edgington-Cole attended the lecture, and had the opportunity to speak to Chris Packham after it, which you can listen to on the link above.

For more details on other public lectures held at the University of Lincoln, head to their website.


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