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Elaine Robinson
Honoured to announce Mark Carwardene @markcarwardine1 has agreed to add her fingerprint to SPOTtimespotTIME conservation panel #conservationmeanslife Mark Carwardine is a zoologist, an environmental activist, an award-winning writer, a TV and radio presenter, a widely published wildlife photographer, a best-selling author, a wildlife tour operator and a magazine columnist. www.markcarwardene.comMark Carwardine is a British zoologist who achieved widespread recognition with his 20-year conservation project – Last Chance to See – which involved round-the-world expeditions with Douglas Adams and Stephen Fry. The first series was aired on BBC Radio 4 in 1990, and the second, a TV series, on BBC2 in 2009. There are two books about the project: Last Chance to See, which he co-wrote with Adams (1990), and Last Chance to See: In the footsteps of Douglas Adams (2009). He is a leading and outspoken conservationist, and a prolific broadcaster, columnist and photographer.#alllife #oneplanet #oneworld #nature #naturephotography #BBC #wildlife #lastchancetosee ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
‘ An interest in wildlife, unites many of us. An interest in its preservation unites us all’ Dominic Couzens Jan 2020 #SPOTtimespotTIME -conservation panel #conservationmeanslife #alllife #sittingequally #oneworld #oneplanet #love #life Thank you #dominiccouzens #wildlife #conservation #preservation Dominic Couzens is a British birder, author and journalist specialising in avian and natural history subjectsDominic CouzensOccupationAuthor and journalistHe contributes regularly to Bird Watching and BBC Wildlife magazines; and is also a professional field trip guide. His books The Secret Lives of Garden Birds, The Secret Lives of British Birds, and The Secret Lives of Garden Wildlife all received praise, with the former selected by The Guardian as one of the best wildlife books of 2004,an accolade also received by the Secret Lives of British Birds, and the latter picked as one of the best new nature books of Spring 2008 by The Times. ... See MoreSee Less
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23 hours ago

Elaine Robinson
Happy to announce that Helen Dye Coordinator @naturalcambs_ has agreed to take part in #spottimespottime #conservationpanel Thank you Helen #sittingequally #alllife #oneplanet #environment #naturalcambridgeshire #life #cambridgeconservationforum #CambridgeConservationInitiative #artsocialdocument #art #languageofflight #conservationmeanslife ... See MoreSee Less
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1 day ago

Elaine Robinson
So proud to announce that Jasmine Ketibuah-Foley has agreed to add her #Fingerprint to #spottimespottime #conservationpanel #conservationmeanslife #ALlife #art #socialdocumentJasmine Ketibuah-Foley is a broadcast journalist at the BBC and a presenter and producer with community radio station Ujima radio. In her spare time, she is an advocate and activist for equity, raising awareness of the need to include more BAME representation and visibility in environmental dialogue. She has been involved in social sciences research as a Green and Black ambassador working with UWE, Bristol Green Capital Partnership, Bristol University and Ujima Radio to further discussions on representation within the environmental movement. She currently has a radio show on Ujima radio as part of the Green and Black ambassadors project which airs on the last Thursday of every month on Ujima Radio 98 fm.Image credit: Centre for Sustainable Energy #Ujima #BBC #sustainableenergy #green #environmental #socialsciences #socialscienceresearch ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
As head of the NHS Simon is seeing the most ambitious programme of mass vaccination ever attempted by the health service. Simon Stevens, NHS Chief Executive said - whilst adding his fingerprint to SPOTtimespotTIME in No ember 2019 - ‘’The NHS brings us together and unites us as a nation – in sickness and in health, when young and old, in city and countryside. There when we need it, through thick and thin, now and for future generations.” Simon Stevens. www.thetimes.co.uk/article/boris-johnson-knows-his-legacy-is-in-the-hands-of-political-nhs-chief-... #nhs #nhstrusts #simonstevens #vaccine #spottimespottime #pandemic #covid_19 #vaccination #healthservice #allife #sittingequally #transcendingdifference #conservationmeanslife #artaunifyinglanguage #conservation ... See MoreSee Less
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www.thetimes.co.uk/article/boris-johnson-knows-his-legacy-is-in-the-hands-of-political-nhs-chief-.... Thank you Simon Stevens ... See MoreSee Less
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2 days ago

Elaine Robinson
Alistair Smith Editor @thestageuk Laurence Olivier once said: "The stage would not be the stage without The Stage". Well, with theatres now closed, The Stage is not The Stage without our stages. We can't wait to have them back open and full of audiences again. Alistair Smith - Editor at @thestageuk adding his #fingerprint to #spottimespottime #artaunifyinglanguagepanel #languageofflight #lovethearts #savethearts #theatre #theatrelife #theatreuk #actor #actorslife #actress #play #playwriters #playewrite #artsocialdocument #transcendingdifference #allife #sittingequally #conservationmeanslife #fingerprintofunity #thestage #theatrecompanies #theatrecompanylife ... See MoreSee Less
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3 days ago

Elaine Robinson
Catherine Weightman is a senior advisor at Natural England, I am pleased to announce Catherine has agreed to add her fingerprint to #spottimespottime #conservationpanel #conservationmeanslife #alllife #transcendingdifference Natural England is responsible for ensuring that England's natural environment, including its land, flora and fauna, freshwater and marine environments, geology and soils, are protected and improved. It also has a responsibility to help people enjoy, understand and access the natural environment.Natural England is a non-departmental public body in the United Kingdom sponsored by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. Natural England focuses its activities and resources on four strategic outcomes:a healthy natural environmentenjoyment of the natural environmentsustainable use of the natural environmenta secure environmental future#cambridgeconservationforum #CambridgeConservationInitiative #conservation #environmenment #biodiversity ... See MoreSee Less
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5 days ago

Elaine Robinson
Happy to announce Martyn Colbeck has agreed to add his fingerprint to #SPOTtimespotTIME #conservationpanel #conservationmeanslife #alllife #sittingequally Award Winning Wildlife CinematographerMartyn Colbeck is an award-winning film-maker and photographer who has been filming wildlife all over the world for more than 20 years, working mainly in association with the BBC’s world-renowned Natural History Unit in Bristol. Martyn has filmed many sequences for BBC landmark series including “The Trials of Life”, “The Life of Mammals”, “Planet Earth” and more recently “Nature’s Great Events”. He has also made award-winning films on a variety of animals including orang-utans, gelada baboons, pygmy chimpanzees and desert elephants.Martyn has won Best Cinematography awards at the two most prestigious wildlife film festivals of the world – The Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival for his film “Wild Africa: Mountains” and The Wildscreen International and Environmental Film Festival for his film “Elephants of the Sand River”. In addition to these awards Martyn won an Emmy as part of the camera team on the BBC series “Planet Earth” and has enjoyed three BAFTA nominations as a member of the camera teams of “Wild Africa”, “The Life of Mammals” and “Planet Earth”.Martyn is well known for his work with African elephants. Of the five award-winning elephant films he has made, three have been in association with Cynthia Moss of the Amboseli Trust for Elephants in Kenya. Together they have uniquely chronicled the life of a matriarch known as Echo and her family over a period of 15 years (the “Echo of the Elephants” trilogy).In November 2006 the BBC2 Natural World film “Eye for an Elephant” was shown as “Unforgettable Elephants” on PBS in the USA. Filmed and presented by Martyn, it is a retrospective of his work with elephants and includes favourite moments from 15 years spent filming and photographing them throughout Kenya, Namibia and the Congo.In 2007 The Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain awarded Martyn the Lumiere Award for Outstanding Contribution to British Cinematography.Martyn is currently in Ivory Coast, West Africa filming “Chimpanzee” for DisneyNature. ... See MoreSee Less
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5 days ago

Elaine Robinson
Happy to announce Bella Lack @bellalack has agreed to add her fingerprint to SPOTtimespotTIME #conservationpanel #conservationmeanslife At 17, conservationist Bella Lack is, among other things, working on a documentary with Dame Jane Goodall, acting as an ambassador for the Born Free Foundation, and encouraging her growing social media following to help protect the natural world. ‘BELLA LACKFrom a young age, I’ve always loved animals. It started when, as a toddler; I was enchanted by the diligent ants and lethargic snails that resided in my garden. This has blossomed into an ever-growing wonderment and love of the diversity of creatures that our planet possesses. I particularly love great apes. They have the ability to teach us so much about ourselves and help us to understand that we are merely another species of great ape - despite popular belief that we are some supreme being.My journey to becoming a youth ambassador for The Born Free Foundation started when I was 11. I had recently heard of the devastation that palm oil was causing and how it was endangering the lives of a creature particularly close to my heart; the Orangutan. I started campaigning and fundraising, which ultimately led me to setting up my twitter account. Now, at 16, I have a very wide and diverse audience of people determined to do their utmost to help animals. ‘ Bella Lack #alllife #bellalack #fingerprint #onefingerprint #weareone #transcendingdifference #bornfreefoundation #janegoodallinstitute #rspca #greatapes ... See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

Elaine Robinson
So happy to announce that Meredith S Palmer has agreed to add her fingerprint to #spottimespottime #conservationpanel #conservationmeanslife Behavioral ecologist and National Science Foundation postdoctoral fellowMember of the Pringle Lab at Princeton UniversityInvestigating predator-prey dynamics with a special focus on direct and indirect predator effects on prey behavior, prey demography, and ecosystem functioningExploring anti-predator decision-making of large herbivores in response to predators such as lions, hyenas, cheetahs, wild dogs, leopards, and wolvesTracking the cascading effects of predators on soil and plant communitiesIntegrating behavioral and demographic information from predator monitoring projects, camera trapping initiatives, and manipulative experimentsCurrently studying how ecological communities respond to predator reintroductions: can relationships between predators and prey be restored and does renewed predation risk trickle down to impact lower trophic levels?Heavily involved with citizen science, public outreach, and capacity buildingCollaborating to develop cutting-edge technological tools, including open-source software, hardware, and AI, to tackle complex conservation challenges #alllife #predators #prey and the #ecologyoffear #meredithspalmer #conservation #techforwildlife #WomenInSTEM Thank you Meredith. ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

Elaine Robinson
Happy to announce Robin Bell has agreed to go on ‘ Art - A Unifying a language Panel’ for #SPOTtimespotTIME #Conservationmeanslife Robin is one of Britain's most respected black & white printers.He is one of the few professionals who continue to specialise in hand processing black & white film and hand printing black & white images , all to an exceptionally high standard.Over the years Robin has printed for many world-renowned photographers including Ernst Haas ,Terry O'Neill, Eve Arnold, Don McCullin, John Swannell, David Bailey, Terence Donovan, Norman Parkinson and Linda McCartney, as well as many more whose work is instantly recognisable to the public even if their names are not.Robin's versatility, dedication and collaborative approach have made him a favourite with photographers of all kinds. Robin approaches every project – however large or small - with exactly the same level of care and attention to detail; helping photographers bring out the best in their images and working closely with them to achieve the desired effect. From folio images to editorial & documentary, from advertising and marketing to archives and historic collections, Robin has participated in almost every sphere of black & white printing . In the last year he has printed for the Lee Miller Archive, the Ken Russell Archive,The Dinneen Archive, Ian Berry, Martyn Colbeck, Pattie Boyd, Linda Lieberman (an artist dedicated to Ocean Conservation),Carinthia West , Alys Tomlinson, Kevin Cummins and Raul Canibano to name but a few.As well as working on exhibitions for these established photographers, he continues to process and print for many new photographers who work with film and also convert digital files into black and white negatives, from which silver gelatin prints can be made. A handy partnership between old and new technology. Photograph -Elizabeth Roberts. #sittingequally #alllife #transcendingdifference #nature #wildlife #photographers #blackandwhitephotography #legacy #artdocumentation #life #love #robinbell ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
Thank you David Gower OBE #SPOTtimespotTIME #conservationmeanslife ‘ As a patron of the World Land Trust - and someone who has loved wildlife since childhood days in Tanzania, - this fingerprint is but one small gesture in the quest to keep conservation alive’ David Gower 14th December 2020 David Gower is one of England cricket’s finest captains and players. Often described as one of the most stylish left-handed batsmen of all time, Gower played 117 Test matches and 114 One Day Internationals (ODI) scoring 8,231 and 3,170 runs, respectively. He is England’s 6th highest capped test player and 4th highest test run scorer of all time.Now a broadcaster and journalist, David’s main job was to present and commentate on SKY’s coverage of international cricket. David spent 5 years as a commentator for BBC TV, also presenting Gower’s Cricket Monthly, and David Gower’s Cricket Weekly on Radio 5. During this time David was team captain opposite Gary Lineker on BBC TV’s hit show “They Think It’s All Over”. After 2 years as the Sunday Express cricket correspondent, and 2 more as a columnist for the Sunday Telegraph he then wrote a well-received column for the Sunday Times for 10 years.#spottimespottime #conservationpanel #conservationmeanslife #alllife #wildlife #nature #tanzania #cricketer #sportsman #worldlandtrust #patron #transcendingdifference ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
Happy & proud to announce that Simon Barnes has agreed to add his fingerprint to SPOTtimespotTIME #conservationpanel. Simon is an Author - was previously chief sports writer for The Times. Please visit his website www.simonbarnesauthor.co. uk Born in Bristol in 1951, Simon Barnes went on the become the multi-award winning Chief Sports Writer for The Times until July 2014. He is the author of over 20 books, including three on wildlife and three novels. His bestselling HOW TO BE A BAD BIRDWATCHER (UK Short Books; USA Pantheon) was been serialised in The Times and read on Radio 4. The sequel, A BAD BIRDWATCHERS COMPANION, was published by Short Books in 2006, who also published his acclaimed THE MEANING OF SPORT.LOSING IT: A LIFETIME IS PURSUIT OF SPORTING EXCELLENCE was published in 2016 by Bloomsbury.THE SACRED COMBE: A SEARCH FOR HUMANITY'S HOMELAND explores the special places of the mind and the world, with special reference to the Luangwa Valley. It was published in the UK in January 2016 by Bloomsbury, followed by the US edition. THE MEANING OF BIRDS was also published in 2016 by Head of Zeus.In 2018 Simon & Schuster published EPIC: In Search of the Soul of Sport and Why It Matters, followed by REWILD YOURSELF: 23 Spellbinding Ways to Make Nature More Visible.ON THE MARSH: A Year Surrounded by Wildness and Wet was published by Simon & Schuster in 2019.Simon lives in Suffolk with his family. Thank you Simon #SPOTtimespotTIME #conservationmeanslife #conservationpanel #allife #transcendingdifference #humanity #love #individual&unique #fingerprints #fingerprintofunity #nature #wildlife #biodiversity #lovelife #oneplanet #author #simonbarnesauthor #onthemarsh #simonandschuster #georginacapelassociates ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
Deer Family- Elaine Robinson Jan 2021 .A world connected to all things living. We are all one. #SPOTtimespotTIME #artsocialdocument #fingerprints #deer #family #spectrum #light #hope #connection #hope #Respect #life #love #family #conservationmeanslife #transcendingdifference # ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
Happy and proud to announce Kathy Gill the founding member Biosphere Expeditions www.biosphere-expeditions.Orgcontent has agreed to add her fingerprint to SPOTtimespotTIME -Conservation panel. Our planet is in crisis, with nature under attack like never before. Biosphere Expeditions empower people to change this through our non-profit expedition holidays, which unite citizen science, ethical volunteering and hands-on wildlife conservation. They are a non-profit, visionary and award-winning conservation organisation that succeeds - the creation of protected areas on four continents is just one example.Kathy was born and educated in England. Since gaining her BA in Business at Bristol, she has worked in sustainable development and regeneration for a variety of public sector organisations, most recently the Regional Development Agency for the East of England where she was responsible for developing and supporting partnership working to establish sustainable development activities. At the main office Kathy is the organisation's Stretegy Adviser. She has travelled extensively, led expeditions and recceed projects all over the world. She is a qualified off-road driver, divemaster, marathon runner, keen walker, sailor, diver and all round nature enthusiast.#cambridgeconservationforum #conservationpanel #spottimespottime #transcendingdifference #sittingequally #conservationmeanslife #alllife #lovetheplanet #sustainability #biosphereexpeditions ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Elaine Robinson
Rachel Cambridgeshire ACRE (Action with Communities in Rural England). Cambridgeshire ACRE is a registered charity who supports rural communities to become socially, economically and environmentally friendly. Thank you for agreeing to add your fingerprint to SPOTtimespotTIME #conservationpanel #alllife #sittingequally #CambridgeConservationInitiative #acre #actionincommunitiesinruralenglandEstablished in 1924, as one of the first Rural Community Councils in the country, Cambridgeshire ACRE has been pioneering rural community development ever since. We recognise that there is a need for the whole community to take responsibility for rural life. We believe that people have huge capacity and potential to improve the places in which they live, work and visit. We build resilient communities where people are well networked and prepared for the future.Our work is about engaging communities to consider a sense of place, encouraging local distinctiveness and drawing upon local assets and social action.Please take a look around our website and get in touch with us if you would like to talk more about how we can work with you and your community. #cambridgeshireacre #rurallife #ruralresponsibility #conservationmeanslife ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Elaine Robinson
Honoured to announce Dr Gerard Bertrand With 35 years’ experience in environmental science and conservation, Jerry Bertrand’s primary interest has always revolved around the preservation of habitat and species. His agreement to participate in SPOTtimespotTIME #conservationpanel is such an honour.Jerry Bertrand and is an Environmental Advisor to Permian Global and was science advisor to the executive offices of Presidents Nixon, Ford and Carter. He was head of International Affairs for the US Fish & Wildlife Service where his portfolio included setting up new parks and reserves in Asia, Africa and Latin America. He was Chairman of BirdLife International, President of Massachusetts Audubon Society, and he co-founded World Land Trust. Jerry has an MS and PhD in marine science and oceanography and holds a degree in environmental law. Thank you #DrGerardBertrand #life #allife #sittingequally #conservationmeanslife #transcendingdifference #worldlandtrust #internationalconservationfundofcanada #lovealllife ... See MoreSee Less
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Honoured to announce Tony Juniper will be adding his #fingerprint to #SPOTtimespotTIME #conservationpanel #conservationmeanslife @naturalengland @naturalengland.mhut.nnr @naturalengland.teesmouth.nnr is Chair of Natural England. Before taking up this role in April 2019 he was Executive Director for Advocacy and Campaigns at WWF-UK, a Fellow with the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership and President of the Wildlife Trusts. Until January 2018 he was an independent sustainability and environment advisor, including as Special Advisor with The Prince of Wales’s International Sustainability Unit.He speaks and writes widely on conservation and sustainability themes. He’s the author of many books, including the multi-award winning bestseller ‘What has nature ever done for us?’ published in 2013. The Ladybird guide to climate change, co-authored with HRH The Prince of Wales and Emily Shuckburgh, was published in January 2017. His latest book, ‘Rainforest‘, was published in April 2018.Tony began his career as an ornithologist, working with Birdlife International. From 1990 he worked at Friends of the Earth, initially leading the campaign for tropical rainforests, and from 2003 to 2008 was the organisation’s Executive Director. From 2000 to 2008 he was Vice Chair of Friends of the Earth International.He was the first recipient of the Charles and Miriam Rothschild medal (2009) and was awarded honorary Doctor of Science degrees from the Universities of Bristol and Plymouth (2013). In 2017 he was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE).ChairThe Chair of Natural England is responsible for leading the organisation and making sure that it fulfills all of its goals. Thank you Tony #sittingequally #alllife #transcendingdifference #wildlife #natuaralengland #environment #life #lovealllife ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Elaine Robinson
I am happy to announce that Edward Darling CEO of #redlistrevival & creator of #TheLifeMap & Designer of #TheSustainableLifeIndicators has agreed to add his #fingerprint to #SPOTtimespotTIME #Conservationpanel Redlist Revival identifies and promotes success to inform and inspire us all in sustaining life.To achieve this the charity provides THREE products:• The Life Circle that shows us the balance between the needs of the earth and mankind,• the Sustainable Life Indicators that provide us with the information, in an accessible and understandable format, that we need to achieve that balance, and• The Life Map that connects our actions consistently, between individuals, governance, education and society… for today’s generations – and tomorrow’s.#conservationmeanslife #EdwardDarling #alllife #Lovelife #environment redlistrevival.org/ ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Elaine Robinson
Peter Egan is a lover of all life🧡https://www.facebook.com/PeterEganAnimalAdvocate/Thankyou Peter ‘We are all independent- we, the planet the universe :- Everything that lives: I’ve put these prints for ‘’ kindness’’ ‘’ compassion’’ ‘’ empathy’’ :they are all one as we are all one. Peter Egan 13/12/20 - adding his fingerprint to SPOTtimespotTIME emerging collective art installation - respecting alllife. #conservationmeanslife #allife #SPOTtimespotTIME #life Actor Peter Egan is a longtime animal lover and vegan. Starting in 2010, he began to campaign publicly on behalf of animal rights and animal welfare.Egan is an ambassador for the dog rescue Saving Suffering Strays in Sarajevo, Bosnia. He and his wife Myra adopted their Bosnian dog Tidus from this dog rescue. They continue to give support to stray street dogs of Sarajevo and their lone rescuer Milena Malesevic.Egan is an active ambassador for the Animals Asia Foundation, which is a charity that works to end cruelty to animals in Asia.He is also patron of "All Dogs Matter", a dog rescue and rehoming charity in and around London and Norfolk.In May 2015, Egan became Patron of Chaldon Animal Sanctuary, a charity that offers homes for life for dogs and cats. Egan personally took one of the Bosnian dogs now named Crusoe to the sanctuary in May.Three months later, Egan was announced as patron of the science-based campaign For Life On Earth (FLOE), which fights against animal testing in the field of human medical research.In January 2016, Egan participated in Veganuary, and has remained vegan.[#conservation #animals #wildlife #alllife #identity #artsocialdocument #spottimespottimeartist #spottimespottimeart #love #trinityoflove #fingerprints #sittingequally #loveallanimals #compassion #empathy #kindness #earthoptimism #dogs #cats #worldlove #antianimaltesting #animaladvocate #floe ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
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Bow of Hope Rapturous, rolling wonder,Still ! - A single soothing breath.Raindrops teeter, Falling tears.Earth turning, Twisting turbulent trance. Falling frivolous flesh,Wave adieu Rapturous clapping-A bow of hope. Elaine Robinson Dec 30th 2020Thank you for participating & supporting #SPOTtimespotTIME #conservationpanel #artasaunifyinglanguagepanel #nhs #GLOBAL #europeanparliament #ukparliament #stormont #conservationNGO’s #nationalassemblyofwales #alllife #love #respect ( Painting - Dancing Dawn 2010 Elaine Robinson) ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

Elaine Robinson
‘If all conservation was a simple as being fingerprinted! But I have strong belief that it is only when conservation transcends all disciplines that it will succeed. Artists are the ones with visions, politicians have the power (unfortunately) and conservationists have the passion and the skills (we hope) . It has been an inspiration supporting Elaine's work. ‘ John Burton November 2020 Thank you to everyone who has taken part so far in SPOTtimespotTIME. This collective conservation comment was contributed too in November by John Burton - one of the founders of the World Land Trust. I saved this beautiful quote for Christmas- a time for reflection. I shall continue requesting and sharing fingerprints in the hope that as a large collective fingerprint working together. we will all sit alongside equally and listen to each other with respect and love for all living things and the planet. Have a wonderful Christmas holiday. 💚 Elaine The painting in ‘ Nightingale Crossing - A New Song to Sing’ Elaine Robinson - April / May /2020 ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

Elaine Robinson
Robin Smith ‘A fingerprint - the unique signature we leave on everything we touch. A reminder that we are all different, we are all individuals, as we leave our mark on the planet, we can all make a difference’ Robin Smith adding his fingerprint to #SPOTtimespotTIME #conservationpanel #alllife@robinsmithtv #Wildlife #Documentary #Cameraman #wildlife #photographer adding his #fingerprint to #SPOTtimespotTIME #conservationpanel #conservationmeanslife #sittingequally #alllife Thank you #conservation #naturalworld Robin is an award winning, documentary Director of Photography with a background in mainly natural history and specialist factual documentaries. His work to date has taken him around the world, filming in locations ranging from the Siberian Arctic to the Kalahari desert, for all major broadcasters.He has close to twenty years experience behind the lens, and more than one hundred broadcast TV credits, working as both a sync cameraman on presenter and character driven documentaries, and as a wildlife cameraman filming animal behaviour. As well as shooting, he has also directed and produced a number of productions, including films for the BBC’s award winning series, The Natural World. #robinsmith ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

Elaine Robinson
The extent of sacrifice we are willing to take to ensure a living, breathing planet for our children truly determines human morality’ #EmielDurbal @emieldurbal adding his fingerprint to #spottimespottime #conservationpanel #conservationmeanslife #alllife Thank you Emiel - #sittingequally #fingerprints #one #life #love #beeconservation #lifebalance #conservation #education #awareness ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
#spottimespottime Emiel is a Graphic Designer and Environmentalist from London who, since a young age, has embraced creativity and design with a passion for the natural world. The 20-year-old currently volunteers at the Bumblebee Conservation Trust, using his talents to help spread awareness around the plight of bees and has proudly worked alongside the Trust since 2019. “There are around 20,000 known species of bees but I think every single one is important. Understanding the importance of bees and their contribution to a balanced ecosystem and global food production. 70% of the world’s agriculture depends exclusively on bees. Habitat loss, toxic pesticides, climate change, parasites and diseases are all responsible for the decline in global populations, and we must acknowledge the importance of these creatures before it’s too late”.Emiel regularly advocates the power of design as one of the most important tools to drive change and strongly believes in using your personal platform for the greater good, regardless of how many people you can reach. “There will always be someone to take your torch and run with it”.Earlier this year Emiel was invited to be part of PANGAIA’s Changemakers campaign as one of seven ambassadors chosen for his advocacy within wildlife conservation and overall goal of achieving widespread education through visual media. “Understanding that I could use this passion in a way that could better the lives of others was the turning point that led me to design for change”. Recently Emiel was invited to model for natural skincare brand, YOPE as a representative for the BBCT.Emiel aspires to shed light on wildlife conservation particularly amongst young people, advocating human-wildlife coexistence, environmental protection and sustainable living. He has long-term plans to continue supporting the BBCT with their mission to raise awareness of the importance bumblebees have in our everyday lives, whilst working to successfully build a healthy population in the UK once again. ­“Growing up and realising that the world isn’t as perfect as I thought. And understanding that something I had a passion for could be used to improve the lives of others” ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
I am so proud to announce that Doug Allan has agreed to add his fingerprint to #SPOTtimespotTIME #conservationmeanslife #conservationpanel #alllife #sittingequally Doug Allan is a freelance wildlife and documentary cameraman who films both topside and underwater. His equipment includes RED Weapon 4K , Sony PMW 200 camera and Canon stills cameras with housings and various lenses for all of them.Born in 1951 in Scotland, he graduated with an honours degree in marine biology from Stirling University in 1973. On completion of his degree, he decided that science at the sharp end wasn’t quite where he sought to be. Underwater anywhere became the drive and for the next three years he worked on a wide range of diving jobs. He searched for (and found) freshwater pearls in the rivers of Scotland. Commercial diving in Germany involved underwater video work and rebuilding canals. Twice he assisted with research on marine biological expeditions with Cambridge University in the Red Sea. And in the summer 1975 he ran the Bouley Bay Underwater Centre in Jersey in the Channel Islands.BRITISH ANTARCTIC SURVEYBut the big break was in 1976 when he first went to the Antarctic to work as a research diver on the British Antarctic Survey station at Signy Island in the South Orkneys. The job entailed helping the scientists to carry out their underwater studies, from boats in the summer, beneath the ice in the winter. It was the start of an affair with ice that lasts to this day.Over the next ten years until 1985, Doug and B.A.S. had a great relationship – he spent four winters and nine summers “down south” in that time, and was awarded the Fuchs Medal, then the Polar Medal, for his work. He did three winters at Signy as diver, and one at Halley Station down at 75° S as Base Commander. Halley was no place for a biologist – but it offered a chance to winter with Emperor Penguins, and a first opportunity for Doug to turn over with a movie camera rather than just stills.BBCThe BBC took first option on buying that Emperor footage for their forthcoming series Birds for All Seasons, and Doug’s career took a new direction. Using his experience of ice diving, and intimate knowledge of Signy through its winters, he proposed two films to Survival Anglia then in 1987 spent ten months in the Antarctic making them.FILMING SINCE THENSince then, he has returned frequently to both the poles, with a string of high profile award winning films and series for the major TV networks worldwide. In contributing to The Blue Planet, Planet Earth, Life, Human Planet, Frozen Planet, Expedition Iceberg, Forces of Nature and many other programmes he has made over 100 filming trips, including orcas attacking gray whales off California, polar bears trying to capture belugas in a frozen hole in Arctic Canada, and killer whales washing seals off ice floes in Antarctica – all on screen firsts.DOCUMENTARIESBut he likes the challenge of filming people as well as animals, and has done documentary synch shooting for many programmes, including assignments with Discovery along the length of the Andes, to the deserts of Africa and to the upper reaches of Mount Everest.In 2011 he filmed and was a presenter for the BBC series Ocean Giants about whales worldwide. In 2012 he was one of the presenters on Operation Iceberg, as well as filming many of the sequences in this award winning series. In Wildlife Cameramen at Work from BBC Scotland in 2012, Doug was one of the featured cameramen.RADIO AND WRITINGDoug has also contributed to numerous radio shows. His audio diary recordings while he made his “Wildlife Special – Polar Bear” became an acclaimed radio programme in their own right. He has contributed to Radio 4's Fragile Planet, Penguin Post Office. and Natural Histories. Over the years, he’s also written numerous articles about wildlife and his experiences, and two commissioned children’s books. In February 2012 he published his own book Freeze Frame, a collection of polar pictures and experiences. It's available through this website.dougallan.com ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
Thank you Sarah Smith @wild__sarah - General Manager at Wicken Fen National Trust @WickenFenNT The National Trust's oldest nature reserve, and England's most famous fen for agreeing to add your #Fingerprint to #spottimespottime #conservationpanel #conservationmeanslife #alllife #nationaltrust #CambridgeConservationInitiative www.nationaltrust.org.uk/wicken-fen-nature-reserve ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
This is the Andy Gilpin @artist4apes in front of a painting he was working on called ‘Majestic’ - Such a talent ! .... and I’m so proud that Andy is seen here laying his fingerprint down - to add to the Conservation panel for #SPOTtimespotTIME #conservationmeanslife #alllife #sittingequally- Thank you -‘Our fingerprints are unique to us just as all our characteristics are. This is true across the animal kingdom. Our uniqueness is one of the great things we have in common...it should connect us all as one collective and we should act accordingly, respecting diversity and promoting equality for the good of every living thing' Andy Gilpin ... Andy is self taught artist from Darlington with a passion for great ape conservation. After 20 years working in his local college Andy is soon going to pursue his art professionally. Limited prints will be available in 2021 with 25% of every sale donated to conservation projects and organisations supporting great apes and their habitats.#greatapes #andygilpin #artist #majestic #conservationprojects ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
‘I look at my thumbprint and see a maze of mine and our making- but inherent is the way out !Individual yet shared - This makes me smile and feel hope ‘ Robin Maynard 17/ 12/20@popnmatters #Environmental #campaigner, #writer & #strategist placing his #fingerprints on #SPOTtimespotTIME #Conservationpanel Spending some time together on a cold wet December afternoon- Robin constantly drawing our attentions to the nature around us- a beautiful bird- or other enthusiastic nature..... Robin has been director of #Populationmatters since 2017. #sittingequally #conservation and it was an honour to share for a few moments the dancing joy he sees in nature - and what he has spent his working life fighting and advocating - Thank you Robin Environmental campaigner, writer and strategist. Robin has held senior positions at Friends of the Earth, the Soil Association and the Forestry Commission, and undertaken work for Compassion in World Farming, among many others. He has been director of Population Matters since 2017.Robin Maynard‘I’m a shrewd freelance campaigner, avid environmentalist and general ‘positive nuisance’ on behalf of some of the UK’s leading green NGOs.I’ve honed my campaign skills through three decades of effective environmental action – including 15 years in senior campaign director roles for the Soil Association and Friends of the Earth.My dogged persistence and smart strategies have helped win a number of high-impact victories for nature – including success for the (Save) Our Forests campaign, which forced a Government U-turn on plans to sell off the UK’s public woodlands.’ Robin Maynard #conservationmeanslife #alllife #sittingequally #onefingerprint #life #conservation ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
David Yarrow @David_Yarrow British fine-art photographer, #conservationist & #author. He has travelled to isolated locations to capture images of #wildlife, #indigenous communities and landscapes has agreed to add his #fingerprint to #SPOTtimespotTIME #conservationpanel #alllife #conservationmeanslife David Yarrow was born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1966. He took up photography at an early age and as a 20-year-old found himself working as a photographer for The London Times on the pitch at the World Cup Final in Mexico City. On that day, David took the famous picture of Diego Maradona holding the World Cup and, as a result, was subsequently asked to cover the Olympics and numerous other sporting events. Many years later David established himself as a fine art photographer by documenting the natural world from new perspectives and the last nine years have been career defining.David’s evocative and immersive photography of life on earth is most distinctive and has earned him an ever growing following amongst art collectors. His large monochrome images made in Los Angeles are on display in leading galleries and museums across Europe and North America. He is now recognised as one of the best selling fine art photographers in the world and his limited edition works regularly sell at high prices at Sotheby’s and other auction houses.In September 2019, Rizzoli published their second book by David Yarrow. It was Rizzoli’s flagship book and their Autumn catalogue featured David’s image on the cover. The books foreword was written by global NFL star Tom Brady and an afterword written by American cultural icon Cindy Crawford. All royalties from this book will be donated to conservation charities Tusk, in the UK and WildAid, in the US.David’s position in the industry has been rewarded with a wide range of advisory and ambassadorial roles. He is an ambassador for WildArk and The Kevin Richardson Foundation. As the European ambassador for Nikon, he has recently been integral to the company’s most anticipated camera release of the last decade. In December 2017 he shot LVMH’s latest “Don’t Crack Under Pressure” campaign with Cara Delevingne, which can be seen in airports around the world. In January 2019 David was appointed as a global ambassador for UBS. Most recently, in the spring of 2020, David was appointed a Global Ambassador for Best Buddies – one of America’s most establishedchildren’s charities.In 2018 and 2019 David’s work raised over $4.5m for philanthropic and conservation organisations. At Art Miami in December 2019, David’s photograph “The Wolves of Wall Street” broke new records. One print, signed by Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese, featuring the real Wolf of Wall Street – Jordan Belfort – sold for $200,000. The proceeds went to conservation NGOs supported by DiCaprio.At the start of 2020, David was in Australia documenting the devastating bush fires that have destroyed communities, wildlife and wildlands. Using the striking and poignant images that he captured of the effects of the fire, Yarrow launched the #KoalaComeback Campaign to support the recovery efforts in Australia. As of early June, the campaign has raised $1.4m.In April 2020, during the Covid-19 pandemic, David joined the Art For Heroes campaign, to raise money for the NHS. He released a print – Our Pride – with all proceeds going to HEROES. For every print purchased, David donated an Our Pride print to an NHS worker. The campaign has surpassed its original target of £1m. ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
Kirsten Bennett is Chief Executive of Cambridgeshire ACRE (Action with Communities in Rural England). Cambridgeshire ACRE is a registered charity who supports rural communities to become socially, economically and environmentally friendly. Thank you for agreeing to add your fingerprint to SPOTtimespotTIME #conservationpanel #alllife #sittingequally #CambridgeConservationInitiative #acre #actionincommunitiesinruralengland ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
Hilary Conlan #hilaryconlan #Cambridgeforum researching The influence of landscape matrix and food sources on the distribution of insect pollinators in intensively farmed and restored fenland is adding #Fingerprint to #conservationpanel #spottimespottime #alllifeSummary of researchIntensively farmed fenlands appears very poor in insect pollinators. The ditch banks provide a large potential area which may be exploited to enhance pollinator habitat once the current situation and management is understood.The main aims of the research are to determine the pollinator assemblages found in intensively farmed fenland ditch banks and assess the importance of diversity of pollinator species in relation to pollination services of non-crop flowering plants. Additionally the development of diversity of pollinator species in restored fenland in relation to time under restoration will be assessed and the development of a pollen transfer network model will contrast the management of fenland under restoration with that of intensively farmed fenland.Anglia Ruskin University Cambridge Conservation Initiative ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
The #fingerprint of the man who was involved in the pioneering work at the #BBC #NaturalHistoryUnit and the photographs from John’s ‘primate programme’ – in which #SirDavidAttenborough encounters mountain gorillas in Rwanda is one of the most famous #televised sequences in history‘Extinction is forever!’ #JohnSparks , photographer,naturalist ,ornithologist who worked at the #BBC NHU for 38 years - ran it 1983–88 #partner Sally worked #AnimalMagic #Artist Prop/set design #fingerprints #SPOTtimespotTIME #conservationmeanslife #alllife #sittingequallyWhen John Sparks first joined the Unit in 1965 “as a green research zoologist with a keen interest in birds and monkeys”, he was tasked with producing programmes for radio. “The Unit was very small when I first arrived. There were about 25 people – compared to something like 200 now,” John says. “It was just coming into the age of television, and there were people at the BBC who thought television would never catch on.”Leaving radio behind, John produced groundbreaking series’ including Day of the Zebra, the first time the Unit had made a full film in Africa, and also Life on Earth, the 13-part 1979 series that catapulted one David Attenborough to fame. “Time in the Unit was measured as ‘before Life on Earth’ and ‘after Life on Earth’,” John says. “Up to Life on Earth, on the whole, the Unit made programs in this country. London had a view that down in Bristol, there were a lot of straw-chewing naturalists who would stalk out onto the Downs with their binoculars at lunchtime, so they left us to make programmes about the UK and did all the interesting foreign stuff in London.“Attenborough always wanted to do a wildlife series with a high budget himself, and when he left as controller of BBC Two, he came to Bristol to talk about it. London put up quite a strong fight that Bristol was not capable – it would involve travel all over the world and a high-standard of filming, and these straw-chewing people couldn’t possibly manage it, but David put his foot down.“As the series went out, the audience went up, the critics took notice and academics started writing articles saying, ‘This is absolutely fantastic, we teach this stuff’. It peaked with my primate programme at 17.5million viewers, and suddenly we’d arrived. London had to admit that we were capable of doing it.” Thank you John & Sally Sparks . ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
Happy to announce #CBE English naturalist,nature photographer, television presenter,author & #conservationist has agreed to lay his #fingerprint on the #conservationpanel #SPOTtimespotTIME #sittingequally #alllife #conservationmeanslife #oneworld #wildlife Thankyou Charity work and wildlife conservationPackham is president of the Hawk Conservancy Trust, the Bat Conservation Trust,the Hampshire Ornithological Society, the British Trust for Ornithology and the Southampton Natural History Society.He was president of the Hawk and Owl Trust between 2010 and 2015.He is vice-president of the RSPB, the Wildlife Trusts,Butterfly Conservation, the Brent Lodge Bird & Wildlife Trust,The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust and Grace Secondary School (The Sudan).Packham is patron of Population Matters (formerly the Optimum Population Trust),Africat and The Sholing Valleys Study Centre. He is also patron of the Woolston Eyes Conservation Group, which manages Woolston Eyes Bird Reserve,The Humane Research Trust,The Fox Project,ORCA,The Seahorse Trust,The NatureWatch Foundation,Raptor Rescue,The Fleet Pond Society and Birding for All.Packham became the Ambassador for the National Autistic Society in October 2017Packham set up Wild Justice in February 2019, a not for profit company limited by guarantee which aims to ensure that the legal system in the UK protects wildlife.[44] ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
“All life is part of a complex relationship in which each is dependent upon the others, taking from, giving to and living with all the rest.” ~ Jacques-Yves Cousteau(11 June 1910 – 25 June 1997) 'Unisonus' Definition of Unisonus 1: identical in musical pitch : 2: alike in nature : concordantOk ...a painting with a colourful spectrum and lots of hope. The owner honouring a life so far - Only they know what the picture means. Layers of symbolism...lets hope the energy given is balancing, nurturing and guiding. It was honour to paint ...a true document ...captured of a love in time...the meaning of course eternal and everlasting. Thank youUnisonus - Elaine Robinson 2017 Unisonus’ -Elaine Robinson 2017 #weareallthesame #timeisone #atthesametime #uniqueindividuals #conservationislife #SPOTtimespotTIME #conservationpanel #abirdinthehandisworthtwointhebush #art #artasaunifyinglanguagepanel #alllife #life #love #dragonfly #conservation #oneworld #planet #lovetheplanet #lovealllife #respecteachother ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
“All life is part of a complex relationship in which each is dependent upon the others, taking from, giving to and living with all the rest.” ~ Jacques-Yves Cousteau(11 June 1910 – 25 June 1997) 'Unisonus' Definition of Unisonus 1: identical in musical pitch : 2: alike in nature : concordantOk ...a painting with a colourful spectrum and lots of hope. The owner honouring a life so far - Only they know what the picture means. Layers of symbolism...lets hope the energy given is balancing, nurturing and guiding. It was honour to paint ...a true document ...captured of a love in time...the meaning of course eternal and everlasting. Thank youUnisonus - Elaine Robinson 2017 Unisonus’ -Elaine Robinson 2017 #weareallthesame #timeisone #atthesametime #uniqueindividuals #conservationislife #SPOTtimespotTIME #conservationpanel #twobirdsinthehandisworthtwointhebush #art #artasaunifyinglanguagepanel #alllife #life #love #dragonfly #conservation #oneworld #planet #lovetheplanet #lovealllife #respecteachother ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
Happy to announce Dr Olivia Norfolk @OliviaNorfolk has agreed to place her fingerprint on #SPOTtimespotTIME #conservationpanel #sittingequally #alllife #onefingerprint #conservation #conservationmeanslife #AngliaRuskinUniversity @CCI_Cambridge #Cambridgeconservationforum BackgroundOlivia’s research focuses upon the impact that land-use change has upon biodiversity and ecosystems. Her postdoctoral research was based at the York Institute of Tropical Ecosystems and investigated the impact that agriculture and tropical deforestation have upon East African bird and butterfly communities. Prior to this she completed her PhD at the University of Nottingham which assessed the impact of traditional Bedouin orchards on biodiversity within South Sinai, Egypt. This work explored the dynamics of plant-pollinator interactions within these diverse cropping systems, and demonstrated that flowering minority crops enhance pollination of almond. Olivia specialises in pollinator conservation and is particularly interested in the ecological value of traditional agricultural systems. ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
Happy to announce Robin Maynard #Environmental #campaigner, #writer & #strategist. has agreed to place his #fingerprint on #SPOTtimespotTIME #ConservationpanelHe has been director of #Populationmatters since 2017. #sittingequally #conservation Thank youEnvironmental campaigner, writer and strategist. Robin has held senior positions at Friends of the Earth, the Soil Association and the Forestry Commission, and undertaken work for Compassion in World Farming, among many others. He has been director of Population Matters since 2017.Robin Maynard‘I’m a shrewd freelance campaigner, avid environmentalist and general ‘positive nuisance’ on behalf of some of the UK’s leading green NGOs.I’ve honed my campaign skills through three decades of effective environmental action – including 15 years in senior campaign director roles for the Soil Association and Friends of the Earth.My dogged persistence and smart strategies have helped win a number of high-impact victories for nature – including success for the (Save) Our Forests campaign, which forced a Government U-turn on plans to sell off the UK’s public woodlands.’ Robin Maynard ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
Happy to announce Dr Humphrey Crick @HumphreyCrick has agreed to place his fingerprint on #SPOTtimespotTIME #conservationpanel #sittingequally #alllife #onefingerprint #conservation #conservationmeanslife #onefingerprint #naturalengland #climatechange Thank you ‘I served as Chair of the Cambridge Conservation Forum from July 2016- July 2020, and am now Treasurer. I work for Natural England on conservation ecology in the Chief Scientist’s Directorate and, at the moment, I’m currently working on how we should design an ecological network for conservation and ecosystem services that will be resilient to the increasing pressures of climate change and other anthropogenic pressures.I studied cooperative breeding in bee-eaters in Nigeria for my PhD at Aberdeen. This was followed by work on the side-effect of pesticides in Scotland and Zimbabwe. I then moved to the British Trust for Ornithology, where I headed up the Nest Record Scheme and then more general work on avian demography and climate change, before joining Natural England’ Dr Humphrey Crick ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
Happy to announce Robin Smith @robinsmithtv #Wildlife #Documentary #Cameraman #wildlife #photographer is adding his #fingerprint to #SPOTtimespotTIME #conservationpanel #conservationmeanslife #sittingequally #alllife Thank you #conservation #naturalworld Robin is an award winning, documentary Director of Photography with a background in mainly natural history and specialist factual documentaries. His work to date has taken him around the world, filming in locations ranging from the Siberian Arctic to the Kalahari desert, for all major broadcasters.He has close to twenty years experience behind the lens, and more than one hundred broadcast TV credits, working as both a sync cameraman on presenter and character driven documentaries, and as a wildlife cameraman filming animal behaviour. As well as shooting, he has also directed and produced a number of productions, including films for the BBC’s award winning series, The Natural World. #robinsmith ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
“My fingerprint reminds me that we are, each of us, a unique and impossibly improbable combination of atoms that somehow conjured themselves into life, miraculously clinging to a rock hurtling through space.”Professor Dave Goulson @dave.goulson #SPOTtimespoTIME #conservationmeanslife #alllife ‘After a childhood chasing butterflies and collecting bird’s eggs, I studied Biology at Oxford University, and then did a PhD on butterfly ecology at Oxford Brookes University. Shortly afterwards I got a lectureship at University of Southampton, where I stayed for 11 years. It was there that I began to specialize in bumblebee ecology and conservation. In 2006 I became Professor of Biology and Stirling University. In 2006 I also founded the Bumblebee Conservation Trust, a charity devoted to reversing bumblebee declines. In 2013 I moved to Sussex University.I have published over 200 scientific articles on the ecology of bees and other insects, and am author of Bumblebees; their behaviour, ecology and conservation (2010, Oxford University Press) and A Sting in the Tale (2013, Jonathan Cape), a popular science book about bumblebees.I am a Fellow of the Royal Entomological Society, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. In 2010 I was BBSRC "Social Innovator of the Year" and in 2013 I won the Marsh Award for Conservation Biology from the Zoological Society of London.’ Thank you for adding your fingerprint to #SPOTtimespotTIME #conservationpanel #conservation #life #bumblebees #bumblebees🐝 #gillperkins #bumblebeeconservationtrust #life #worldconservation ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
‘My fingerprint - unique to me in detail, yet alike to all others in geniality. When we consider people should we look at the differences or the commonalities?Dr Mark Avery adding #fingerprint to #SPOTtimespotTIME #Conservationpanel #sittingequally #alllife "Dr Mark Avery scientist by training and a naturalist by inclination. He writes about and comments on environmental issues." Mark is a former Conservation Director of the RSPB; he is now a writer, blogger, campaigner and author.What they say about Mark Avery:‘fiercely intelligent’ – The Guardian (Patrick Barkham)‘expert campaigner’ – The Daily Telegraph (Charles Moore)‘a tireless and resolute voice for Britain’s embattled wildlife’ – The Times (Melissa Harrison)‘Britain’s premier wildlife blogger’ The Independent (Michael McCarthy) ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
Happy to announce #internationally acclaimed Krist Odom @kristiodom Connecting people to wildlife through still&moving pictures. Proud #NikonAmbassador is adding #fingerprint to #SPOTtimespotTIME #sittingequally #conservationmeanslife #alllife Thank you #nationalgeograhic #nikon #conservation #wildlife #life #photography #beautiful #photographer #talented ... See MoreSee Less
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Elaine Robinson
💚Simon placed his fingerprint in November 2019...before the pandemic. If you have a story and work in the #NHS #nhsworker #nhsheroes - I would love to hear from. Please get in touch. Elainerobinsonart@icloud.com ... See MoreSee Less
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