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Saturday 1 June – Sunday 9 June

The world’s first digital science festival is now LIVE until June 9th, 2019.  

This year, for the very first time, people from all over the globe will be able to enjoy a curated selection of talks, events and screenings from the Festival of Nature inside a special, free online version of the festival hosted digitally through a collaboration with our partners at University of Bath and using the iVent platform.

Wherever you are – we look forward to welcoming you to Festival of Nature 2019!

ACCESS THE DIGITAL FESTIVAL FOR FREE HERE!

Announcements and schedules can be found inside the digital festival, but here is a sneak preview:

Sat 1 June: “Visit” Bath Festival of Nature in Green Park with some of our live streams.

Mon 3 June:

8am GMT  Opening a moth trap, plus live Q&A with Dr. Zoe Randle

1pm GMT Creating useful materials from food waste, plus live Q&A with Dr. Sandra Mchugh

1.30pm GMT Opening a moth trap, plus live Q&A with Dr. Zoe Randle

6pm GMT Live Q&A with Samuel Ridgeway about filming spiders & nature

6.30pm GMT Creating useful materials from food waste, plus live Q&A with Dr. Sandra Mchugh

Tues 4 June:

1pm GMT inclusive artworks for water education, plus live Q&A with Dr. Simon Hayhoe

Weds 5 June:
8am GMT Awa and the Shea Trees – Tree Aid

8:15am GMT Nature around you – introducing Your Park and Bathscape

12pm GMT Nature around you – introducing The Canal & River Trust and Wessex Water

12:15pm GMT Nature around you – introducing Secret World Rescue Centre

12:30pm GMT Live Q&A with Andrew Glester, creator of award winning podcast The Cosmic Shed

TBC materials from Tree Aid after their World Environment Day art avent

Thurs 6 June:
8:15am GMT Parental behaviour in dinosaurs, plus live Q&A with Dr. Rebecca Lakin

8.30am GMT Insects outside of the lab with Chris Vennard

9am GMT Explaining DNA through lego

10am GMT The Nature Recovery Network, find out more with Heather Elgar

6:30pm GMT Festival of Nature presents: Michael Benton and the world of dinosaurs (live stream)

7:30pm GMT Falcons and genetics, a live Q&A with Samuel Ridgeway

Fri 7 June:
8am GMT Considering behaviour change – Greenpeace

8.15am GMT Considering behaviour change – Pure Planet

12:30pm GMT Live Q&A with Simon Rose & Peter Morris from the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT)

1:00pm GMT Positive body image, plus live Q&A with Dr. Melissa Atkinson

1:30pm GMT Environmental behaviour change, plus live Q&A with Dr. Lukas Wolf

Sat 8 June:

“Visit” Bristol Festival of Nature in Millennium Square and Queen Square with our live streams

ACCESS THE DIGITAL FESTIVAL FOR FREE HERE!