Summer of Festivals…

Summer 2018 sees Lindsey appearing at a number of Nature and Art Festivals across the UK, starting in beautiful Nidderdale AONB in North Yorkshire. Lindsey gives an hour-long, interactive talk about the secrets of wildlife broadcasting whilst also examining the crucial link between nature and our own cultural and artistic heritage. Naming and knowing the…

Manchester Climate Change Conference 2018

Lindsey took to the stage (quite literally) at Manchester Royal Exchange Theatre to host the 2018 Manchester Climate Change Conference. Now in its fifth year, the focus of the summit was to launch the adoption of a new science-based carbon budget for Manchester.  As well as chairing the event, Lindsey also hosted an expert climate…

Andy Burnham’s Green Summit

Lindsey was asked to host the afternoon session of Andy Burnham’s Green Summit, live in Manchester. As the city aims to bring forward the date it will become carbon neutral, The Mayor of Manchester and an team of expert panellists answered Lindsey’s questions on Energy, Transport, Waste, Natural Capital, Education and Housing.

Trees for Learning Launch

City of Trees – the charitable organisation re-invigorating Greater Manchester’s landscape by planting a tree for every man, woman and child – has begun the process of planting 60,000 trees with 350 local primary schools. Joined by 250 children and 50 staff at St Charles RC Primary School in Swinton, Lindsey launched the initiative on 7 November 2017. This…

Keynote Speaker – Hull Literary and Philosophical Society

Lindsey was delighted to be asked to open the Hull Literary and Philosophical Society 2017/18 season of lectures in this UK City of Culture year. Starting with an access all areas journey behind-the-scenes at Springwatch Unsprung, Lindsey then took the opportunity to explore the intrinsic link between the natural world and our own cultural heritage.…

A place for wildlife…

Lindsey was delighted to be asked to support the crowdfunding bid for Green Dragon Eco Farm as they look to expand their grounds to include a British & European Wildlife Reserve that will feature birds of prey, red fox, red squirrel, reindeer, artic fox and pine marten among others. The project aims to support the…

Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Lindsey was delighted to open the Natural History Museum’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition at Beverley Art Gallery. On display as part of Hull UK City of Culture, this spectacular exhibition champions honest and ethical wildlife photography. Now in its 52nd year, the competition presents images from both professional and amateur photographers that have been…