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Land for us – how land use decisions can help us fight the climate, biodiversity and health crises
October 11, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pmFree
Start 10am – attendees should aim to arrive 10 minutes early
Trees for Life and the Scottish Wildlife Trust invite you join a workshop to learn more about how nature and land use decisions can help us tackle the climate, biodiversity and health crises together. Beyond these national and global problems, how land is used has a considerable impact on the local community. For land to be used to the greatest benefit it is essential that communities are included in land use decisions. Register to join the discussion and learn more about nature-based solutions, community involvement and how we can work towards a more sustainable, inclusive future of land use in Scotland.
Rebekah Strong, Nature-based Solutions Policy Adviser at Scottish Wildlife Trust and Alan McDonnell, Conservation Projects Manager at Trees for Life will explore nature-based solutions and community involvement, updating attendees on the work they are doing to promote nature positive action. Following this there will be questions for the group and discussion to share experiences, ideas and your hopes for the future of land use in Scotland.
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