Thu, 15 Sept

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St Augustine's Parish Hall

Tropical Forests Talk with Barbara Davies-Quy

Join us to hear from Barbara Davies Quy, Deputy Director of the Cardiff based charity Size of Wales which was set up to protect tropical forests the size of Wales.

Tropical Forests Talk with Barbara Davies-Quy

Time & Location

15 Sept, 19:00 – 21:00

St Augustine's Parish Hall, Albert Rd, Penarth CF64, UK

About the Event

Maint Cymru = Size of Wales

Tropical forests are vital ecosystems for our planet. They produce oxygen, absorb carbon dioxide, mitigate climate change, and are home to many plants and animals and Indigenous People’s. But they are one of the most endangered habitats on earth and most vulnerable to deforestation.

The charity provides funding and expertise to local and indigenous communities in tropical regions to support them to secure and sustain their precious forests, grow more trees and establish sustainable livelihoods.

You will also learn about what steps we can take here in Wales to protect tropical forests overseas by changing what we buy and consume and become a Deforestation Free Nation.

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