Dave Goulson: Silent Earth – Averting the Insect Apocalypse

Tuesday 2 November 2021
Time
07:15pm
Location
Off campus
Cost
£8 standard tickets, £5 student tickets
Type
Lectures and seminars
Audience
General public

DARE Liberty Lecture in association with the University of Leeds.

Insects are vital, fascinating, weird and wonderful. They are food, pollinators, recyclers, pest controllers, and much more, so we should be deeply concerned that they are in rapid decline. 

Coinciding with the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26), Professor Dave Goulson, author of the bestselling ‘Silent Earth: Averting the Insect Apocalypse’, delves into the fascinating biology of bees, explains the many causes of insect decline, and turns to the solutions of this crisis. 

Ticket prices

There are 20 free tickets available to University students (including PhD students) using the code: SAVETHEBEES.

After that, student tickets can be purchased for £5 with the code: INSECTS.

Standard tickets are priced at £8.

More information

Find out more and buy tickets on the Opera North website

Venue: Howard Assembly Room.