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Enter the jungle: a year in Borneo, RSPB Malvern local group, September 2016

“Thank you for coming to speak to us. The story you had to tell of your involvement with the Orangutan Tropical Peatland Project held much interest for our Group as evidenced by the questions and comments from the floor. Your commitment to, and enthusiasm for, conservation work shone through your presentation. We wish you well in all future projects.” – Worcester and Malvern Local RSPB Group

Climate change roundtable debate, University of Derby, March 2016

Cambridge Climate and Sustainability Forum, February 2016

Extinction, culture and climate change, Natural History Museum, December 2015

Vision for Nature: where young people see the natural world in 2050, Response for Nature launch, October 2015

The nature of climate change, Bedford Climate Change Forum, October 2015

My RSPB journey, Being the RSPB training, October 2015

“Matt spoke to our 35 guys earlier today. His speech was spot on, engaging and very relevant. The fact that Matt started his career with the RSPB as a fundraiser himself helped enormously of course. Not only was he credible, he also completely understands this audience. In addition, our guys could see that there are other career paths to pursue if they can apply their skills. Matt is a perfect role model for these guys who do one of the hardest jobs in the RSPB.” – Gerda Flumm, RSPB training manager

Why Nature needs a Youth Movement, Birdfair, August 2015

Youth, nature and climate change, UK Youth Climate Coalition Freeword event, June 2015

Enter the jungle: a year in Borneo, RSPB Cambridge local group, 20 May 2015

West Malvern Women’s Institute guided dawn chorus walk, 3 May 2015

“Matt managed to turn a cold, wet, (very) early morning into a thoroughly enjoyable dawn chorus walk for West Malvern WI. He clearly knew what he was talking about and described well the bird songs we were hearing as well as the birds themselves. He took the time to make sure that every member of the group had heard and successfully identified each song before moving on to the next one, and later on, back in the warm and dry, he answered a wide range of questions about birds and bird populations. The weather did not make for a very promising start, but Matt’s knowledge and enthusiasm turned the morning round for all of us.” – Julia Goodfellow-Smith, West Malvern Women’s Institute

Cambridge University Careers Service, Environment and Conservation Careers Panel, 27 January

Your Century, youth nature event, 21 November 2014

CleanWeb Wild, Conservation and the Web, 28 July 2014

Enter the jungle: a year in Borneo, Worcester Rotary Club, 1 August 2014

“The best talk we’ve had in two years” – Worcester Rotary Club member

Enter the jungle: a year in Borneo, West Malvern Women’s Institute, 10 July 2014