Pop-up conservation talks

Pop down to Carnaby Street this summer for inspirational talks by ZSL's scientists and conservationists about the amazing work we're doing to save animals around the globe

Events are free and take place at 6pm and 6.30pm every Thursday in the ZSL Living Conservation pop-up shop on 15 Carnaby Steet.

 

26th June - Joe Pecorelli and Rayner Piper, ZSL Conservationists  Saving European eels

The Thames River is home to a myriad of animals, including the critically endangered European eel.  Meet two conservationists who, with the help of volunteers, are working to bring this important species back from the brink of extinction.

 

3rd July - Joanna Barker, ZSL Conservationist Saving Harbour seals

Monitoring seals can be a tricky business! But with your help, Joanna is using a variety of methods to conserve harbour seals in the Thames Estuary.  Join her and find out how you can get involved.

 

10th July – Julien Godfrey, ZSL Conservationist Saving Asian lions

There are only 400 Asian lions left in the wild.  Hear how Julien is collaborating with local groups and scientists to protect the area where these lions live – a tiny patch of land in India, known as the Gir Forest. 

 

17th July - Dr Nisha Owen, ZSL Conservationist Saving animals on the EDGE 

This event will only take place at 6pm and 6.30pm

Often overlooked and forgotten, saving Evolutionarily Distinct and Globally Endangered (EDGE) species is a cause close to Nisha’s heart.  Discover more about these amazing and relatively unknown animals, and why saving animals on the EDGE is so important.