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PUBLIC TALK: Crawley to Kew and Back: Reflections of a Western Australian Botanist on Global Sustainability

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Today's date is Saturday, February 27, 2021
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Professor Steve Hopper AC moved to London in 2006 to be the Director of Kew Gardens. He spent six years there and led the organisation through celebrations for its 250th anniversary in 2009. He is a plant conservation biologist, best known for pioneering research leading to positive conservation outcomes in southwest Australia and for the collaborative description of 300 new plant taxa. Apart from extensive research in southwest Australia, Stephen Hopper has explored Australian deserts and conducted field research in the USA and South Africa. He is now back in Western Australia working as the Winthrop Professor of Biodiversity at the Centre of Excellence in Natural Resource Management in Albany.
Speaker(s) Professor Steve Hopper AC, Winthrop Professor of Biodiversity, former CEO of the Royal Botanic Gardens
Location Tattersall Lecture Theatre
Contact Development and Alumni Relations <[email protected] > : 08 6488 8000
URL https://www.development.uwa.edu.au/?a=2222894#AW54
Start Sun, 10 Feb 2013 10:30
End Sun, 10 Feb 2013 11:30
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Last Updated Fri, 18 Jan 2013 10:51
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