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Archaeology for the future: How can archaeology contribute to the key issues in sustainability?
Archaeology for the future: How can archaeology contribute to the key issues in sustainability?

Thu, 07 Dec

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Archaeology for the future: How can archaeology contribute to the key issues in sustainability?

Using examples from the problem of biodiversity loss, the presentation will examine how archaeology can help understand and contribute to the mitigation of some of the biggest issues facing current and future generations.

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07 Dec 2023, 19:00 – 21:00

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Using examples from the problem of biodiversity loss, the presentation will examine how archaeology can help understand and contribute to the mitigation of some of the biggest issues facing current and future generations. It will look at how the methods used, and information retrieved can show how the discipline is not just about the past but is very relevant to today’s challenges.

Mark Williams is Senior Operations Manager at Canterbury Archaeological Trust.

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  • Archaeology for the future

    Using examples from the problem of biodiversity loss, the presentation will examine how archaeology can help understand and contribute to the mitigation of some of the biggest issues facing current and future generations. It will look at how the methods used, and information retrieved can show how the discipline is not just about the past but is very relevant to today’s challenges. Mark Williams is Senior Operations Manager at Canterbury Archaeological Trust.

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