Guest public speaker
David Edwards is an entertaining and informative professional guest and public speaker who has given hundreds of talks and lectures in the UK, America and Europe on travel, adventure, geography and environmental issues. He is a popular guest speaker and conference speaker for lecture societies, companies, travel fairs, adventure shows, U3A groups, arts festivals, and schools based on his travels and expeditions around the world, and illustrated with high quality images and video. Full biography here.
Public speaking experience
David has been a public speaker for clients such as the Royal Geographical Society, ICI, lecture societies, travel clubs, walking clubs, luncheon clubs, City of London banks, The Geographical Association, The Alpine Club, The National Trust for Scotland, Radio 5 Live, Radio 4, the Royal Scottish Geographical Society, over 50 universities, the Royal Dublin Society and state and private schools. David uses personal anecdotes and humour to deliver insights that entertain, surprise and inform the audience: the testimonials page shows what an accomplished, popular and appreciated guest speaker he is.
Collected molten lava * Been charged by an elephant * Smuggled himself into a country without a passport * Carried water in the Kalahari Desert * Broken both legs mountain climbing and self rescued * Survived a volcanic eruption * Worked as a ranger in the Grand Canyon * Taught environmental science courses * Caught snakes with his bare hands * Witnessed emergency evacuations * Advised hundreds of expeditions around the world
Stay in touch on Twitter
David's tweets on topics related to his talks:Tweets by @EnvGeogSpeaker