Awards Talks

London | September 19, 2024

Join us in London to explore the critical role of educating the general public on the value of bringing biodiversity back into the city.

Awards Talks : London

Wild Education: Designing for Nature in the City

Date: September 19, 2024

Time: 18:30-21:00

Location: The Natural History Museum, Darwin Centre, London

Experts

  • Natalie Tacq

    Senior Project & Program Manager, Natural History Museum

    United Kingdom

  • Neil Davidson

    Partner, J&L Gibbons

    United Kingdom

Theme

Appreciating nature comes naturally for most people, yet understanding the vital role that biodiversity plays in our surrounding environment can be overlooked.

Our London edition of Holcim Foundation Awards Talks spotlights a project playing a pivotal role in educating the general public on the value of bringing biodiversity into the city.

The panel discussion explores the Urban Nature Project at London's Natural History Museum - a five-acre site transformed into a biologically diverse green space - questioning the role initiatives like this (and the people behind them) play in better educating the public on preserving the planet.

Industry experts will delve into the value of designing for biodiversity, defining what makes sense when looking at sustainable solutions and creative ways to spread the understanding and appreciation of this topic to a mass audience.

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