19 September 2019 | TALK Mass Extinction

Thurs 19 September 2019

Current Event

Mass Extinction | Talk by Melanie Wrigley
Thursday 19 September 2019 | 18:00

at Urban Room Folkestone, One the Plaza, Tram Road Car Park, Folkestone

 

There have been five mass extinctions on Earth through geological time and at each one over 75% of all species were lost. It’s not always known what caused them, but most had something to do with rapid climate change. The International Union for Conservation of Nature’s Red List of Threatened Species states that about 38% of current species assessed are at threat. Human activity has started the sixth Mass Extinction.

Join ecologist Melanie Wrigley of the White Cliffs Countryside Partnership to find out what can be done.

 

This event is part of SALT Festival of the Sea and the Environment. To see the full programme click here.