In conversation with EIA: Neil Gaiman on the natural world

Just prior to giving the 13th Douglas Adams Memorial Lecture in early March at the Royal Geographical Society in London – and despite the clock ticking ever-closer to the moment when he had to step out in front of an audience of about 700 – author Neil Gaiman generously granted EIA an impromptu interview in which he shared his thoughts about the natural world and the threats it faces.

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The Douglas Adams Memorial Lecture is held annually in celebration of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy creator Adams and the proceeds are shared between the two charities closest to his heart – Save the Rhino, of which he was a founder patron, and EIA.

Our sincere thanks to Neil and everybody involved in making the event such a success. You can find out more about Neil’s work via his website and you can watch his lecture in full here.