Most scientists agree that humans are having an adverse impact on our planet and that conservation and sustainability are imperative. But where do we start? Whose needs come first? At this year's Science Alive student debate, junior form students will try to get to the bottom of this dilemma. In accordance with this year's theme "This Pale Blue Dot" students will debate the topic that conservation should start with animals and not people. Join our audience and find out if the maxim “four legs good, two legs bad” will prevail.
|17.3.2017 (Fri)||4:30pm – 6:00pm|
- Conducted in English
- Suitable audiences include senior secondary (S4-S6) students, teachers and the general public
- Schools can register as audience members online through the Training Calendar on the Education Bureau website: https://tcs.edb.gov.hk/tcs/publicCalendar/start.htm
- The general public can register as audience members online through the British Council website: https://www.britishcouncil.hk/en/programmes/education/science/science-alive
- A portion of the seats will be reserved for walk-in audience.