"Messages from below - how biodiversity runs this planet" Our biodiversity allows us to learn from nature. The organisms that are around today are the product of evolution over 3.8 billion years. New Zealand’s bugman and environmental advocate Ruud Kleinpaste opens the Wild Dunedin Festival at 6pm on Friday 21st April at the Otago Museum.
He encourages us all to dig a little deeper. If we do, we’ll soon find that tiny subterranean organisms are the driving force, and potential solution, to Earth’s survival. He believes that if you dig a little deeper, you’ll soon find that these tiny organisms are the driving force and potential solution to Earth’s survival.
This is a free talk that will take place in the Hutton Theatre, Otago Museum.
For more information visit www.otagomuseum.nz