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Irreplaceable – the World’s Most Invaluable Species

Which species are our most irreplaceable ones - those which we would be hard pushed to survive without?

Which species would you regard as our most irreplaceable ones - not those that are most endearing, exotic or even close to extinction, but the ones which we would be hard pushed to survive without?

The Earthwatch Debate at the Royal Geographical Society in London on Thursday 20th November will allow you to choose between choose between bees, bats, fungi, plankton and primates (but not man!), championed by leaders in their field.

To find out more go to: http://www.earthwatch.org/europe/get_involved/events08/debate


Prof Kate Jones | talks | www
Dr George McGavin | talks
Professor Lynne Boddy | talks
Prof David Thomas | talks | www
Ian Redmond OBE | talks


Date and Time:

20 November 2008 at 7:00 pm


1 hour



Royal Geographical Society
1 Kensington Gore
020 7501 3000
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Organised by:

Earthwatch Europe
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Available from:

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Doors open at 6.00pm (cash bar); debate followed by cash bar 9.00-9.30pm

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