Argument or negotiation: the search for opportunities to move on from conflict about badgers and culling, by Stephan Price
As the culling of badgers to reduce the incidence of bovine TB in cattle began in 2013, a project to research the views surrounding culling was set up at the University of Exeter. It aimed to find out not only what people involved in the debate in and around the pilot cull areas in Gloucestershire and Somerset thought, but also to look for opportunities to unstick the arguments over this intractable issue.
Stephan, who was the researcher on that project and published a book about it, will describe the work he did, and reflect on its findings.
Tuesday 1st December 2020
This event will be held online via Zoom
Please follow the link to Eventbrite to book your place
11th November 2020 at 8:00pm
Online Via Zoom
This talk will include foxes, badgers and hedgehogs and other mammals. Dawn is Head of Life Sciences at Keele University and also sits on the Mammal Society Council. Her research interests are in small mammals, carnivores, landscape ecology, wildlife management and human-wildlife interactions. She is passionate about citizen science projects where people can get involved with science projects. She has appeared on several TV programs including the BBC ‘watch’ programmes with presenter Chris Packham focusing on research into urban mammals, showing how urban foxes coexist with humans.
Wednesday, 11th November 2020 at 8pm
This is a free event
To book please follow the link below to eventbrite:https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/urban-mammals-tickets-124808572801
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