Conserve and Preserve - A Symposium for Sustainability Education



On 23rd January 2016, I had the privilege of speaking at the South Devon College on the topic of sustainability and education and also about my own initiative The Conservation Project. It was a fantastic day (apart from a bit of trouble with my video), full of inspirational speakers and it was a pleasure to meet all of the great staff and students at the South Devon College that are doing so much great work in the field of conservation.

You can view of all the speakers here:

39 minutes in: Lisa Stroud from Whitley wildlife trust: the role of zoos in education

1 hour 15 minutes: Sam law: community initiatives in Madagascar.

2 hours 7 minutes: Stuart collier: sustainability in the curriculum.

3 hours 25 minutes: Kelsey Flynn: women in stem.

3 hours 49: Harry Wright: The conservation project

4 hours 5 minutes: Paul Martin: Devon wildlife trust



Thank you again to South Devon College and the inspirational people that continue to work towards a more sustainable future.