Nowadays, 36% of plant and animal species might be threatened in the longer term, a rate of extinction 100 times faster than natural rate. A this rate, humain being could find himself alone on Earth?
What are the consequences of those extinctions for human societies and environment? Experts discuss here the importance of biodiversity and the seriousness of this decline.
- With Robert Barbault, expert in ecology; Pierre-Henri Gouyon, geneticist; Élisabeth Jaskulke, agricultural engineer and Hubert Reeves, astrophysicist.
Thursday, June 3rd at 6.45pm
Salon de lecture Jacques Kerchache, musée du quai Branly
37 quai Branly, Paris 7e – Métro Alma-Marceau, ligne 9
Free admission subject to availability.
The debate will be relayed online on the 20 minutes and the CNRS websites. Internet viewers will be able to ask questions live.
- More information on the CNRS website (in french)