Past Event

The Killing Fields

1 Jan 2012

Prof. Sir Richard Jolly Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex  
Polly Higgins lover of the earth, environmental lawyer and author of Eradicating Ecocide
Peter Smith CEO, Wildwood Trust
Dr. Duncan Pickard landowner/farmer
Fred Harrison economist and author

The Killing Fields is a new documentary by Carlo Nero that explores the fragile relationship between wildlife, land, taxation and law in Britain and Europe. Making a powerful case for sweeping reforms, it argues that the only long-term solution to our conservation crisis is to put real value on nature’s assets.

The screening is followed by a panel discussion

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