Nature Conservation Fair on June 10th
On June 10, 2023, from 10:00 to 19:00, Tallinn Botanic Garden and the European Green Capital will bring together nature conservation-promoting and contributing organizations from all over Estonia to showcase their activities at the Tallinn Botanic Garden.
Participation in the fair is free for organizations. Registration is available at https://bit.ly/natureconservationfair
(Lecture slots are fully booked!)
The following organizations will participate in the fair: NGO Loomus, Päästame Eesti Metsad NGO, Fairtrade Estonia, Estonian Society for Nature Conservation, Estonian Wildlife Rescue Centre, Fridays for Future Estonia, Publishing house Argo, Ringkarp, Örrekese Workshops and the Estonian Environment Agency.
Lectures in the Palm House:
13:00-13:45 NGO Loomus
Fighting Climate Change with a Fork: The Connection Between Food and the Environment
14:00-14:45 Päästame Eesti Metsad MTÜ
The Forest Doesn't Want to Be in Order
15:00-15:45 Fairtrade Estonia
Fairtrade: Human Rights, Environment, and Climate
16:00-16:45 Estonian Society for Nature Conservation
The Park as an Essential Part of Urban Nature. The lecture will address the park's values from various aspects: nature conservation, cultural-historical, and as a part of a high-quality living environment.
17:00-17:45 Estonian Wildlife Rescue Centre
Assisting Wildlife: Teaching Understanding of Other Living Beings Around Us and Understanding Their Own World, which is Not Quite the Same as Ours. Helping animals helps us understand them better. Their own worlds are actually quite fascinating.
18:00-18:45 Fridays for Future Estonia
What Could Radical Nature Conservation Look Like? The lecture will discuss the background and possibilities of radical nature conservation. Activism and civil society will serve as examples.
(All lectures will be in Estonian.)
Participation in the event requires a regular ticket to Tallinn Botanic Garden.
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