Wed, 08 Jun

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London

Allowing Nature to thrive in cities - Local Nature Recovery Summit

A Local Nature Recovery Summit co-hosted by The Golden Leaf of London and London National Park City. If you ever wondered how to make your local area greener, come and learn how the new Local Nature Recovery Strategy (LNRS) will work, can be applied across London and elsewhere.

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Allowing Nature to thrive in cities - Local Nature Recovery Summit

Time & Location

08 Jun, 14:00 – 18:00 BST

London, 55 Whitfield St, London W1T 4HE, UK

About the event

At this in person and online summit co-hosted by The Golden Leaf of London and London National Park City, two organisations working to make London better for people, nature and climate change adaptation, you will hear from, meet and network with others from across London to explore how the LNRS for London - mandated in the government’s ‘landmark’ Environment Act 2021 - will work, and how.

Outline format

2pm: START + WELCOME by Elizabeth Marsh, Chair, The Golden Leaf of London (GLOL), and Paul de Zylva, Chair, London National Park City

2.15pm: Introduction from Mayor of London’s office

2.20pm: London’s Local Nature Recovery Strategy (LNRS) – Natural England

2.40pm: Q & A

3.00pm: Breakout session

3.20pm: The opportunities of London’s Local Nature Recovery Strategy - Gary Grant from the Green Infrastructure Consultancy and GLOL Advisory board member

3.40pm: Q & A

4pm: Breakout session

4.20pm: Panel on the significance of London’s LNRS - chaired by Paul de Zylva

4.50pm: Closing remarks (chair of the GLOL)

5pm: Networking

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