The Montana World Affairs Council – The Changing Nature Of Conservation In A Humanized World – 11/01 – Bozeman
The Montana World Affairs Council in partnership with the Davidson Honors College Presents: The Changing Nature of Conservation in a Humanized World
Dr. David Western Part of our Distinguished Speaker Program
Thursday, Nov. 1
The Baxter, 105 W.Main St
Please join the Montana World Affairs Council for our Distinguished Speaker Program with Dr. David Western
This event is in partnership with the Davidson Honors College The Distinguished Speaker Program is supported in part by Stockman Bank and Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation.
Drawing on 50 years of research and conservation in the African savannas, with examples from America and Europe, David Western, one of the world’s renowned conservation leaders shows how our understanding of nature and our changing sensibilities are reshaping conservation globally in an age of human domination.
Dr. David Western is currently chairman of the African Conservation Center in Nairobi, Kenya and a renowned leader in global conservation and community collaboration.
Dr. Western has worked with a wide range of communities to help build local economies while working with local people to save endangered wildlife.
Free to Montana World Affairs Council Members $5 for non-members Students are free with a valid student ID
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