Tried and tested solutions for a green recovery – Working with nature

Tried and tested solutions for a green recovery – Working with nature


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In this webinar, Simon Thomas (Cumbria Wildlife Trust) talks about upland peatland restoration and Ian Solomon-Kawall (May Project Gardens) discusses bringing life and colour into forgotten areas of London.

Recorded 3 September 2020 during the second of our series of one-hour interactive Zero Carbon Britain-themed webinars hosted in partnership with Ashden.

These webinars feature speakers with practical experience of implementing projects at local council and 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.

For ease of watching we’ve split the two speakers talks into two recordings.

Simon Thomas –  peatland restoration

For more details on the upland peatland restoration project Simon has been involved in:

Ian Solomon-Kawall – Bringing life and colour into a once forgotten area of south London

For more details about the project on Nelson’s Estate which Ian discussed:

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