The Ecosystems Knowledge Network runs webinars to share good practice, new tools and resources around the UK. These are one of our most popular services, serving many who otherwise could not access this type of learning opportunity due to budget or travel restrictions.
We have the experience of running over 50 webinars. For recordings of selected events that have already taken place, see our webinar library.
We also run the Natural Capital Investment Forum, a popular subscription service that includes bimonthly webinars on the topic of financing environmental restoration.
Discovering new approaches to local stewardship of landscape
Wednesday 9th September, 1 - 2pm
Project Skyline was a feasibility study that examined the possibility of local communities managing the landscape that surrounds where they live. It involved working with the communities of Caerau, Treherbert and Ynysowen in the valleys of South Wales, exploring the history, meaning and potential of each place. Join this webinar to hear the experience of those involved in facilitating the work, as well as to hear about plans to grow the work already started. Presenting will be Chris Blake from the The Green Valleys, Gloria Giambartolomei from University of Coventry and Ian Thomas from Welcome to Our Woods. Registration is now open!
Additional webinars are being planned for the autumn of 2020. Our members will be the first to hear. Join the Network for free.
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See our listing of previous webinars, with links to selected recordings.