Philip Mansbridge: Protecting Africa’s Elephants and Rhinos: Using Modern Technology to Fight the Illegal Wildlife TradeBook now
Monday 5 March
The Stripe, King Alfred Campus, University of Winchester, Sparkford Road, Winchester, Hampshire SO22 4NR
In 'Protecting Africa’s Elephants and Rhinos', IFAW UK Director, Philip Mansbridge, will talk about IFAW’s vital work protecting wildlife and habitats globally. The lecture will focus on how IFAW is using new technology and techniques to get ‘left of kill’ - stopping poaching before it happens. Using videos, slides and live demonstrations, Philip Mansbridge and David Cowdrey (IFAW Head of Policy and Campaigns), will show how a coordinated, community-level approach that engages all stakeholders can help save iconic wildlife species such as elephants and rhinos. The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) is a global wildlife and conservation organisation.
Philip Mansbridge is the UK Director of the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW). Philip’s role at IFAW incorporates driving and developing strategies to better protect wildlife at home and overseas. His areas of campaign and policy expertise include British and international wildlife, and elephants and the ivory trade. Philip has previously worked for a variety of leading animal organisations at a senior level, including Care for the Wild International, Battersea Dogs and Cats Home and Cats Protection. He has a passion for animals and wildlife and regularly appears on TV, radio and in print regarding animal issues.
This is an event from the Centre for Animal Welfare. For more information about the centre, click here
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