What practical steps can be taken to make our cities greener and more nature friendly? Gemma Jerome (Building with Nature) and Clare Owens (Squash) will discuss how different elements of green infrastructure can make cities better for people and nature, and Lorraine Whitmarsh (UK Centre for Climate Change and Social Transformations, Cardiff University) looks at how to engage people to act on climate change. Chaired by Jan Bessell (Strategic Planning Advisor, Pinsent Masons).
Image credit: Jack Goddard
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