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Jun 12, 2013

BIAZA Annual Conference 2013 - Fifty Shades of Green

Why should zoos care about being green and can they make a difference in the way their visitors view sustainability? These are some of the questions that will be raised at the 2013 BIAZA Annual Conference. The event, which is being hosted by the National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth from 13 to16 June, will see more than 100 members of the British and Irish zoo and aquarium community come together to discuss the theme Fifty Shades of Green: Mapping a Sustainable Future.

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