07 - 09 March 2023 | ExCeL, London

07 - 09 March 2023
ExCeL, London

Living in a sustainable relationship with nature

03 March / 13.15 -14.15

Having recognised in time that our future as a species depends on the health and viability of the only planet that we can live on, we took George Monbiot’s advice and stopped putting our various wicked problems into boxes marked ‘‘climate’, ‘biodiversity’, ‘pollution’, ‘deforestation’, ‘soil loss’, ‘overfishing’, ‘drought, ‘flood’, ‘fires’ because we understood that “all these boxes contain aspects of one crisis”. We recognised that maintaining human health and wellbeing depended on a healthy ecosystem along with our economy and all the resources that sustain life. We acknowledged that we needed to control consumption so that we could all have resilient and sustainable life support systems. So, having put the restoration of our natural environment at the top of our ‘to do’ list with immediate and effective action taken by all including planners, designers and developers, we find ourselves in a ‘Nature Positive’ UK in 2030.

Curated by

Panel overview:

Chair: 

Richard Benwell, Chief Executive Wildlife and Countryside Link

Panel:

The built environment and nature in a changing climate

Kathryn Brown OBE, Director of Climate Action, The Wildlife Trusts

Our connected networks for wildlife dispersal and movement

Matt Shardlow, Chief Executive Buglife

How we reclaimed engagement with nature for our children

Mary Colwell, writer, conservationist and contributor to the Dasgupta Review

Living in a Nature Positive UK in 2030

Dr Ruth Waters, Director of Evidence, Natural England, lead scientist on the Dasgupta Review and co-author of Nature Positive 2030

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