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Saturday 23 March 19:00

Frogner Church

This lecture is held as an introduction to the concert with Aaron Carpenè.

Length: 30 minutes lecture + 60 minutes concert



This lecture is held as an introduction to the concert with Aaron Carpenè.

Birds are amazing creatures that almost everyone can relate to – they are present virtually everywhere in the world, in every possible habitat. There are nearly 10 000 bird species in the world, and they come in a myriad of shapes, colours, sizes and adaptations. But just like other parts of nature, birds are under pressure from humans, and almost a quarter of all species are listed on the global Red List of Threatened Species. Which threats do they face, what needs to be done and what can be done to improve the situation for our birds?

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Sverre Lundemo is senior biodiversity advisor in World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and works with issues and challenges related to the management of species and nature – mainly in Norway. He has a master's degree in natural resources management from the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (UMB) and a doctorate in population genetics from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). Birds are one of his main interests, and he is an avid amateur ornithologist.

Photo: Ivan Tostrup:WWF Verdens naturfond


WWF Verdens naturfond is an independent Norwegian environmental organisation, established in 1970. It is part of a large network with over 100 offices globally. WWF's vision is a future where people live in harmony with nature and work to protect the diversity of species and ecosystems and to ensure sustainable use of natural resources. WWF Verdens naturfond works on environmental challenges in Norway and globally.

Supported by WWF Verdens naturfond.

Earlier Event: March 23
Later Event: March 23