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Applied Nature Conservation XXVIII: A Tall Order – Securing a future for giraffe in the wild

Date: 01/18/2022, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Category: Workshops
Location: Online via Zoom
Organizer: Lehrstuhl für Tierökologie und Tropenbiologie // Fachbereich: Biologie
Speaker: Stephanie Fennessy (Giraffe Conservation Foundation)

Applied Nature Conservation XXVIII - Lecture Series of the Department of Animal Ecology & Tropical Biology

A Tall Order – Securing a future for giraffe in the wild

Speaker:  Stephanie Fennessy (Co-Founder & Director, Giraffe Conservation Foundation, Namibia)

More information about the series of lecture: Poster Applied Nature Conservation XXVIII

The event can be credited for the certificate "Sustainability and Global Responsibility".

All dates of the lecture series: 

The talks will take place Tuesdays at 17:00 (CET) via ZOOM

  • 09-11-2021: How to safe forest elephants from extinction – Landscape conservation and outlook for coexistence in the Congo Basin (Dr. Thomas Breuer, WWF)
  • 16-11-2021: The global role of megafauna in the Earth system – Opportunities for protecting nature (Fabio Berzaghi PhD, LSCE - CEA/CNRS)
  • 23-11-2021: Large scale ecological restoration – Cooperating with landowners in Brazil (Joël Boele, Black Jaguar Foundation)
  • 18-01-2022: A Tall Order – Securing a future for giraffe in the wild (Stephanie Fennessy, Giraffe Conservation Foundation)
  • 25-01-2022: The Lion’s Share – Can advertising help save the planet? (Erica Fleet, UNDP)

Access to Zoom: 
You can find the Zoom link to the event in our WueCampus room:
Confirmation of attendance:
During the event you can confirm your attendance for a GSiK certificate, also in our WueCampus room: You will receive the password for this during the event.