In this session we invited a multi-generational cross section of society and leaders in the field to outline their one big idea to inspire action for nature.
Learning from forest schools, allotments and falling out of trees and making the case for rewilding the urban childhood and enshrining access to nature as a universal human right.
How do we measure the effectiveness of good green space and maximise its long term benifit? We look at the critical role of maintenance and place-keeping to fully benefit from the services that nature can offer.
Volume housebuilders and biodiversity, lessons learnt from Cator Park and the lasting impact of a formative exchange between Tony Pidgley, Richard Attenborough and The London Wildlife Trust.