About this event
The Habitats Matters campaign has taken us from Bristol to Glasgow. Our journey has shown us that there is increased public engagement in issues associated with biodiversity loss – but there needs to be more. Incorporating natural based solutions into design and biodiversity net gains increases our connection with nature with beneficial impacts on our physical and mental health.
We must inspire the 50% of the population who are disengaged with biodiversity loss and drive key policy changes so that our government can demonstrate how the UK will achieve our collective ambition to save nature.
For this last session we are inviting a multi-generational cross section of society and leaders in the field to outline their one big idea to inspire action for nature.
We will explore:
Multigenerational cross section of Society:
Leaders in the field:
This webinar forms part of the Habitat Matters series.
Year 10 student from Hammersmith Academy, London Sustainable School of the Year 2021 winner for its work on horticulture and a co-founder of our London Schools Eco Network. Zoe acts as a UK Schools Sustainability Network COP26 representative and will be contributing towards COP26 events in November
safeguarding and support for Zoe, Year 10 student from Hammersmith Academy, winner of London Sustainable School of the Year 2021 for its work on horticulture and a co-founder of our London Schools Eco Network. Zoe acts as a UK Schools Sustainability Network COP26 representative.
Chair of Natural England and a Fellow with the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Former Director of Friends of the Earth, Executive Director with WWF UK, President of the Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts and environment advisor to HRH the Prince of Wales.
With 14 year experience as the CEO of The Natural History Consortium, growning the charity’s impact regionally, nationally and internationally. She has a background in science communication, with a large portfolio of volunteer work as a Trustee and committee member for environmental partnerships.
Chair of the Science Council, Chair the Technical Pathways Programme Board. Past roles include a secondment as Interim CEO of the Society for the Environment, Vice President of the European Network of Environmental Professionals and a non-Executive Director of Change Agents UK.
Joseph is responsible for delivering policy change for the IES and working to promote the use of the environmental sciences in decision making. He has an MSc in Public Policy from the University in Bristol, where he specialised in environmental policy, as well as a Law Degree from Durham University.
An urban ecologist interested in the relationship between nature and society in towns and cities. He has 30 years’ experience of land management policy and practice in nature conservation, working with various organisations to better understanding of biodiversity conservation in urban areas.
Judy is a painter, poet and environmentalist, best known as the Honorary President of Black Environment Network with 27 years as UK Director of BEN, with an international reputation as the pioneer and creator of the field of multi-cultural participation in the built and natural environment.
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