Nottingham Environment Conference 2021

Nottingham Environment Conference is back!

Four panels, four experts per panel each with interesting topics of discussion and with a Q&A session afterwards. Hosted by Life in Changing Environments Interdisciplinary Research Cluster and Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

Programme

Historical Landscapes – 21 June 2021, 11am to 12 noon

Chaired by Professor Matt Jones, University of Nottingham

  • Dr Robert Hearn, University of Nottingham, School of Geography
  • Dr Hannah O’Regan, University of Nottingham, Dept of Classics and Archaeology
  • Rachael Hall, National Trust
  • Jonathan Last, Landscape Strategy, Historic England

Urban Nature – 21 June 2021, 3 to 4pm

Chaired by Dr Chris Ives, University of Nottingham

  • Penney Poyzer, Good Food Partnership, Environmental Pioneer
  • Briony Norton, University of Derby, Landscape Ecologist
  • Alan Simpson, former MP for Nottingham South,
  • Lucelia Rodrigues, University of Nottingham, Architecture and Built Environment

Accessibility and Diversity in Nature – 22 June 2021, 11am to 12 noon

Chaired by Lucy McRobert, author and wildlife storyteller

  • Dr Anjana Khatwa, Earth scientist, presenter and advocate for diversity
  • Dawood Qureshi, wildlife film-maker, writer, freelance journalist, photographer, artist, podcast-host, activist, marine biology student, and¬†A Focus on Nature committee¬†member
  • Libby Smith, Leicestershire & Rutland Wildlife Trust
  • Chantelle Lindsay, London Wildlife Trust and Flock Together

Sustainability: local natures, local futures – 22 June 2021, 3 to 4pm

Chaired by Dr Rob Lambert, University of Nottingham and Vice-President of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

  • Sally Longford, Nottingham City Council, Energy, Environment and Waste Services
  • Michael Walker, Nottingham Wildlife Trust, Nature Recovery Manager
  • Heather Devey, Naturalist, Co-Director of Wild Intrigue CIC (Ecotourism social enterprise)
  • Martha Roberts, University of Nottingham Students’ Union, Environment and Social Justice Officer

Nature in Lockdown – 25 June 2021, 7.30 to 9pm

Hosted by Dr Rob Lambert, University of Nottingham and Vice-President of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

  • In conversation with Stephen Moss, author of Skylarks with Rosie, Natural Historian, Birder, TV producer

Free online event, reserve your place now using the registration link above.

If you have a question you would like to submit before the event please email: BR-LCE-rpa@nottingham.ac.uk indicating which session it is for and for which expert.

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