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An interesting evening, open to the public, is being hosted by The Animal Fund (TAF) on May 9, at the Maison des Associations, from 7 pm. A university student, Angelo Legrand, will present a broad range of environmental issues. Angelo is an undergraduate student at Leiden University College in The Hague, and will graduate with a BSc in Earth, Energy and Sustainability in the summer of 2018.
The young student will cover the topics of energy and resource management, alternative energy strategies, ecosystem health, and the topic of his theses: aspect of fisheries management.
The meeting will also hear an update on previous events, activities and results. Organisers will also make a presentation of TAF’s Plastic Campaign in May and new events in June.
For more see TAF’s website.
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