Compassionate Conservation Talk by Dr. Baker, March 13
“The Clear Case for Compassionate Conservation: Living in a World Where All Animals Matter,” a free public lecture by Liv Baker, PhD, will be presented on March 13, 2019, at 7 p.m. at the J. Walter Cameron Center in Wailuku.
Compassionate Conservation is an emerging, multidisciplinary field of science that reimagines our relationship with and responsibility for wild animals, by recognizing a conservation ethic that prioritizes the protection of other animals as individuals, valued in their own right, not just as units of populations and species
The talk aims to inspire scientifically and ethically sound conservation practices.
Dr. Baker is a conservation behaviorist and an expert in wild animal welfare. This free public lecture is presented by the Vegetarian Society of Hawaiʻi.
Food will be provided by Down to Earth in Kahului. This event is free and no reservations are needed.