Who’s doing good work in Bristol on greening the city and helping nature recover and prosper? This event – the first part of a series looking at green and nature-friendly cities – brings together remarkable examples of the well-known and sometimes little-known work that takes place here. From local food production to encouraging bees and wildlife to inspirational campaigns, a series of short presentations highlights the roles we can all play in making towns and cities a better home for people and the natural world.
Speakers include: Heulwen Flower and Lily Fitzgibbon (Bristol Youth Strike 4 Climate); Sarah Jones-Morris (Landsmith Associates), Melissa Mean (Knowle West Media Centre) and Sara Venn (@ediblebristol). Chaired by Emma Howard Boyd (Chair of the Environment Agency).
Presented in association with the Bristol Inclusive Economy Initiative, University of Bristol.
Image credit: Jack Goddard
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