The island of Ireland possesses an aquatic heritage which is unique in Europe. Our abundance of rivers and streams teem with life but they are under threat from climate change, land use changes, pollution and modern life in general. In this webinar, Professor Ken Whelan will introduce you to the magical world of underwater animals and plants, highlight some the threats they face and advise on small steps all of us can take to keep our rivers and streams healthy and productive.
Ken works as an environmental and fisheries consultant. He is also an Adjunct Professor in UCD’s School of Biology and Environmental Science and Research Director with the Atlantic Salmon Trust. Ken is best known internationally for his work on the Atlantic salmon. He has also produced, presented and scripted many films and videos on various aspects of Irish fisheries, wildlife and angling. He is a regular radio contributor to the Mooney Goes Wild programme on RTE Radio1. This event is hosted by Limerick City and County Council and is a European Green Leaf 2020 event.
Thursday – August 6 – 20.00 hours
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Hosted by Limerick City and County Council
European Green Leaf 2020 Event
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