PACE (Plant & Animal Conservation Ecology)
The goal of this lecture series is to provide students with a broad view of conservation research and practice, and to contribute to bridging the gap between the two. We invite people working in biodiversity conservation within different professional frameworks (NGOs, federal and cantonal administration, media), as well as people carrying out conservation research. Each lecturer provides materials which the students have to study beforehand.
Location: In 2017 the presentations take place at Haller Auditorium, Baltzerstrasse 1, 3012 Bern.
Time schedule: Thursday, 16:15–18:00
Autumn Semester 2017
05.10.2017 No PACE
19.10.2017 Mark Rutherfoord
Conservation Project in South Africa, Gondwana Game Reserve (PDFs on Ilias)
09.11.2017 No PACE
16.11.2017 Anita Studer, NORDESTA Reforestation et Education
Rescuing a tropical forest in Brazil - thanks to a species of bird supposed to be extinct (PDF1)
23.11.2017 Sara Wehrli, Pro Natura
The wolf in Switzerland: Pro Natura conservation strategy for the coexistence with a large carnivore (PDF1)
07.12.2017 No PACE
14.12.2017 No PACE