James borrell is a conservation scientist and science communicator, with a particular interest in how species adapt to changing climate.

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

It’s been a quiet few weeks on the blogging front, as I’m not a very good multitasker and I’ve been focusing on building up a new project. But in other news I’m really excited to have been invited to speak at the Vision for Nature conference, coming up in Cambridge this weekend.

I think it’s just the sort of thing young aspiring conservationists need to help them spread their wings and learn about how to make a difference in the field. Find out more about the conference here.

I’m speaking in the 13:30 session on Friday about getting started in conservation alongside Niall McCann and Neil Prem, and ably organized by my friend Nick Askew who set up conservation-careers.com.

Secondly, I’ll be running a workshop on Saturday all about online communications for conservation (fairly apt that I’m blogging about this then).

If you’re around at the conference, please do come and say HI.