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One Island -Two Stories, Haiti and the Dominican Republic

This talk is one of a series which give a unique insight a major conservation project in the Dominican Republic.

The Island of Hispaniola is shared by two neighbouring countries, Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Neighbours they may be but in many ways they are worlds apart in terms of culture, development and the state of their environment. Haiti is hailed as an example of what can happen if overexploitation is left unchecked while the Dominican Republic has nearly 30% if its land within protected areas. Regardless of many of the differences that will be raised during the talk, the future of both countries is intricately tied together. The three main questions will be addressed from the conservation perspective: What events have led to the present environmental state of Hispaniola? What is the state of play today? And what future challenges and solutions are there?


Dr Jose Nunez-Mino | talks


Date and Time:

14 July 2010 at 7:30 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



33 Greyhound Road
W6 8NH
020 7381 5727

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£15 or £25 for two. Concessions £10 or £17 for two.

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Call 020 7381 5727

Additional Information:

Tickets include entry to accompanying exhibition and a drink. All money from ticket sales will go to The Last Suvivors Conservation Project

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