E. O. Wilson Speaks at Mass Land Conservation Conference


2017 Mass Land Conservation Conference
Convened by the Massachusetts Land Trust Coalition 
Saturday, March 25, 2017 - 8am – 4pm
Worcester Technical High School
One Skyline Drive, Worcester, MA 

Register online here: www.cvent.com/d/yvqgxv/4W
 

A Conversation with E. O. Wilson
MLTC is pleased to announce that Edward Osborne Wilson, usually cited as E. O. Wilson, an American biologist, researcher, theorist, naturalist and author will be that Plenary speaker at our 2017 Mass Land Conservation Conference.

Edward Osborne Wilson is generally recognized as one of the several leading biologists in the world. He is acknowledged as the creator of two scientific disciplines (island biogeography and sociobiology), three unifying concepts for science and the humanities jointly (biophilia, biodiversity studies, and consilience), and one major technological advance in the study of global biodiversity (the Encyclopedia of Life). Among more than one hundred awards he has received worldwide are the U. S. National Medal of Science, the Crafoord Prize (equivalent of the Nobel, for ecology) of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, the International Prize of Biology of Japan; and in letters, two Pulitzer Prizes in non-fiction, the Nonino and Serono Prizes of Italy, and the COSMOS Prize of Japan. He is currently Honorary Curator in Entomology and University Research Professor Emeritus, Harvard University.

Don't miss out on this exceptional opportunity to hear his legacy and continue to live by it in the future of conservation!

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