Registration link here How to best conserve our marine environment in the North East of Scotland.
Registration link here
About this Event
April’s Climate Café is part of DolphinFest 2021, which will run between the 7th and 11th of April!
Speakers for this café will cover how rising sea temperatures are affecting the climate and marine life, to what extent marine renewable energy structures impact on marine life and how to best conserve our marine environment in the North East of Scotland.
You will be hearing from:
Prof Beth Scott (University of Aberdeen): Impact of Offshore Wind Turbines on Marine Life
Colin McFadyen (NE Scotland Regional Coordinator, British Divers Marine Life Rescue): Marine Conservation
Julie Black (Senior Marine Ornithologist, Joint Nature Conservation Committee): Multiple Marine Pressures and Impacts on Marine Birds
Running from 7-11 April, DolphinFest is a celebration of the amazing marine wildlife around Aberdeen and the North-East coast, especially the bottlenose dolphins which are seen regularly from Torry Battery, and aims to encourage people to help protect it. It will also celebrate the end of the Dolphinwatch project which has been running in Aberdeen since 2013.
Find the full programme of events here: https://www.rspb.org.uk/…/dolphinfest-2021-programme.pdf
You can register for the full festival here: https://rspb.eventsair.com/dolphin…/reg-form/Site/Register
The Climate Cafe is a monthly event organised by Aberdeen Climate Action. Each month focuses on a different topic related to climate action, research, and solutions. For this café, three 20 minutes presentations will be followed by an opportunity for you to ask the speaker questions and participate in the discussion.
Details to join the Zoom meeting will be included in your confirmation email when you sign up.
The event space will be open from 6:30, talks begin at 7pm.
You can find more information about our Climate Cafes and about Aberdeen Climate Action at: https://www.aberdeenclimateaction.org
(Tuesday) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm