Resolutions for Biodiversity (Lecture)
Monday, January 11, 2010
12pm to 1pm
Lecture Details 2010 is the United Nations’ International Year of Biodiversity. January’s education theme at UBC Botanical Garden is “resolutions for biodiversity”. This lecture will provide an overview of biodiversity statistics, threats to biodiversity and what you can do to help as an introduction to 2010’s themed lectures on biodiversity at UBC Botanical Garden.
Instructor (Brief) Daniel Mosquin, UBC Botanical Garden Education and Technology Manager
Instructor (Bio) Daniel Mosquin is UBC Botanical Garden’s Education and Technology Manager. He is a naturalist and photographer who frequently travels western North America to observe & photograph biodiversity. Since April of 2005, he has been the editor (and often the author and/or photographer) of UBC Botanical Garden’s Botany Photo of the Day.
Location UBC Botanical Garden Reception Centre, near the main entrance (Directions to the Botanical Garden)
Please Note Bring a bag lunch. Coffee and tea supplied. Fee collected at the door. Please call 604-822-3928 or email the reception desk in advance to book a seat.