Agroforestry can help the UK meet climate change commitments without cutting livestock numbers
13 December 2018
Charlotte Pritchard PhD Researcher, Bangor University
Coordinated by Trinity College Dublin, Connecting Nature is a partnership of 31 organisations co-working with local authorities, communities, industry partners, NGOs and academics. Our partnership will work with 16 European countries, Brazil, China, Korea & The Caucasus (Georgia and Armenia) who are investing in a multi–million euro large scale implementation of nature–based projects in urban settings. We are measuring the impact of these initiatives on climate change adaptation, health and well-being, social cohesion and sustainable economic development in these cities. Innovative actions to foster the start-up and growth of commercial and social enterprises active in producing nature-based solutions and products is an integral part of our work.
Tuesday, 22 January 2019 to Thursday, 24 January 2019