Writer and environmentalist Jeremy Purseglove has spent years travelling the world, working with communities to modify developments in a way that strikes a perfect balance between human and environmental needs. His upcoming book, ‘Working with Nature,’ traces his experiences all the way from Kent to Burundi, from Belize to the Bahamas, and addresses the critical questions we face in regard to industry and nature.
With Jeremy leading a talk at the upcoming St Albans Sustainability Festival 2022, it’s bound to be a night of insightful ideas and fascinating reports from the frontline of natural conservation – a thrilling chance to discuss questions of how to tackle what can sometimes seem an unsustainable system, and a reminder that nature may yet be used and preserved at the same time.
This is part of the St Albans Sustainability Festival, which will be hosting 100+ events over the course of May. With everything from a Hedgehog 101 to craft fairs, there’s plenty of exciting opportunities for everyone!
See Jeremy’s talk on the 16th May, 7.30 – 9 PM, St Albans Cathedral’s Lady Chapel. This is a FREE event, though booking is required due to limited numbers. For more information and a chance to book, have a look at https://sustainablestalbans.org/ssaevent/talk-with-jeremy-purseglove-working-with-nature/