7.30PM - 9.00PM
Speaker: Doug Allan
Venue: Lesser Hall, Albert Halls, Dumbarton Road, Stirling, FK8 2QL
Drawing from some of his own truly breathtaking images, world-renowned wildlife camerman Doug Allan discusses how climate change is affecting the oceans and their most charismatic inhabitants. With over 40 years first-hand experience of the poles, Doug has seen for himself the effects of the change in sea ice cover on sea mammal populations in both the north and south. What Doug has witnessed has reinforced his determination and commitment to raise awareness of this global issue through his speaking engagements.
This event is one in a series of public talks given by Inspiring People, organised by the Royal Scottish Geographical Society and the Environmental Geography department, University of Stirling (@UoS_EnvGeog), in partnership with Tiso: the outdoor retail specialist.
This event is open to all. Admission is £10 / £8 with Tiso Outdoor Experience Card / free for RSGS members, students and under 18s. Due to a limited venue size tickets for this event are not being sold online in advance of the talk. Please make sure you arrive in plenty of time to secure your seat.
Lesser Hall, Albert Halls, Dumbarton Road, Stirling, FK8 2QL
For the latest information please see www.rsgs.org or contact the Royal Scottish Geographical Society on 01738 455050.