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The World Needs You Badly

The World Needs You, Badly – My Talk From Explore 2014

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How to mix citizen science with adventure on expeditions, and why we desperately need to.

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Vision for Nature Conference, 5th-6th September, Cambridge

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I’m really excited to have been invited to speak at the Vision for Nature conference, coming up in Cambridge this weekend.

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10 Lessons From A Year Of Citizen Science (My talk from the Citizen Cyberscience Summit)

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Last week I was privileged to be invited to speak at the Third Citizen Cyberscience Summit in London.

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A Leopard For Every Student

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I like to show people places that they have never heard of, and beautiful animals they didn’t know existed. I feel really lucky to have that opportunity.

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The Rewards for Speaking in Schools

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After taking some time out to visit some students last week, I was over the moon to get this thank-you note.

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Explore 2013: What stories can you tell from the field?

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The best weekend of the year has come around again and adventurous folks from all around the country will be descending on the Royal Geographical Society.

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Speaking at the Royal Geographical Society

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On Wednesday the 27th of March I’ve been invited to fulfill a long time dream and speak at the Royal Geographical Society.

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14 Tips for Speaking in Schools

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Assuming you’ve managed to persuade a teacher to squeeze you in to the busy and dreaded curriculum, then you’re currently ahead..

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Need a speaker?

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Information on booking me as a speaker for talks and events.

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Speaking to Schools

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I consider myself pretty fortunate really, because from time to time I get to speak to young people from schools, youth groups and universities on behalf of BSES, a youth development charity..

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