Celebrating the Science Behind Ecosystem Revival

Prepare for an enlightening evening of science and discussion at the Eltham Hotel as we present “Science in the Pub: Celebrating the Science Behind Ecosystem Revival on Wednesday, 11th October, from 5:00 pm to 8:30 pm.

This exceptional event will feature distinguished speakers who are at the forefront of ecosystem restoration, making it a must-attend for anyone interested in environmental conservation and restoration.

Speakers for the evening include:

Jim Hallett PhD – An international scientist and notable contributor to the “Principles for Ecosystem Restoration to Guide the United Nations Decade 2021-2030.” Jim’s expertise in this global initiative will shed light on the critical principles shaping the UN’s mission for ecosystem restoration and how they are being applied globally.

Professor Jerry Vanclay – A renowned authority in the field of forest restoration. Professor Vanclay will share his extensive knowledge and insights into the science and practice of restoring our precious forests.

The event will take place in the welcoming ambiance of the Eltham Hotel, where attendees can enjoy the lively atmosphere of a pub while diving deep into the world of ecosystem restoration.

Event Details:

Date: Wednesday, 11th October

Time: 5:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Venue: Eltham Hotel

441 Eltham Road, Eltham NSW 2480

Admission to “Science in the Pub: Celebrating the Science Behind Ecosystem Revival” is free, making it accessible to everyone interested in learning and engaging with these important topics.

Join us for an evening of enlightening talks, engaging discussions, and an opportunity to network with fellow enthusiasts and experts in the field. Food and drinks will be available for purchase at the venue. We encourage people to arrive early to enjoy a meal before the talks get underway at 6 pm.

Space is limited, so to reserve your spot please register here.

Let’s come together to explore the paths toward restoring health to our fractured ecosystems.


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