Ask Chris Packham about why he thinks there are reasons to be positive about our planet’s future.

All you need to do is register for this event to submit your questions in advance to Chris Packham. There will also be the chance to ask your questions to him live on the night. This Q&A session will be chaired by Rosie Trevelyan.

This will be airing at 8pm on Monday 29 March.


Photo left to right: Rosie Trevelyan and Chris Packham (photo credit: Anna Deacon)

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Welcome to Reasons for optimism

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The importance of the natural world

TV star and presenter Chris Packham explains his reasons for being optimistic about the future of nature, and his insights into why the natural world is so important for us all.

Chris Packham

Chris Packham is a naturalist, author, photographer and broadcaster. He is a biophilic and fascinated with living things. Initially trained as a camera man, he followed a path to on screen presenting. Best known for The Really Wild Show and the BBC Watches, he uses his passion for the natural world to try and inspire and inform.

Photo credit: Anna Deacon

Rosie Trevelyan

Dr. Rosie Trevelyan is the Director of the Tropical Biology Association (TBA), an NGO that is building the capacity of conservation professionals from around the world. The TBA has offices in Cambridge and Nairobi, with over 2,500 alumni who have taken part in the TBA’s field courses and specialist programmes. Rosie is a co-organiser of the Student Conference on Conservation Science and is a trustee of the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, the SE Asia Research Programme and is a council member of the Cambridge Conservation Initiative. She co-founded the Cambridge Conservation Forum in 1998 and 2017 Cambridge Earth Optimism Summit with Andrew Balmford.