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Time: Thursday 5 November 2020, 12:30 PM (GMT)
Duration: 1 hour
The fourth in a series of Zero Carbon Britain-themed interactive webinars organised by the Centre for Alternative Technology and Ashden. These feature speakers with practical experience of implementing projects at local council/community level with proven potential for widespread roll out; supporting the economic recovery from COVID-19, getting us closer to net zero and increasing our resilience as a society.
This fourth webinar returns to the topic of Working with nature, to coincide with CAT’s hosting of AutumnWatch 2020.
- David Elliott, Chief Executive of Trees for Cities sharing his experience of increasing numbers of urban trees
- Hazel Kendall, Head of Land Management at the Westcountry Rivers Trust sharing her experience of promoting wildlife and soil carbon storage through innovative approaches to river catchment management.
The format of these webinars will allow you not only to hear and ask about the challenges which have been overcome, the potential for economic benefits, jobs and skills creation and co-benefits, but to interact with other participants to consider what needs to happen to replicate these projects elsewhere.