The Devon Local Nature Partnership is running a climate-themed webinar on Tuesday 29th March, 9.30 – 11.30.
Booking is being managed through this link:
9.30 Welcome and LNP update – Professor Michael Winter
9.40 Devon’s Climate Emergency - Phil Norrey, CEO Devon County Council and Chair of the Devon Climate Emergency Resilience Group
9.55 How the Nature Recovery Network can help us achieve net zero – Harry Barton, CEO DWT and LNP Board member
10.10 Questions / opportunity for a break
10.20 Climate impacts on the marine environment – Dr Matt Frost, LNP Board Member & Deputy Director, The Marine Biological Association
10.35 A farmer’s perspective on soils and carbon – TBC
10.50 Questions / break
11.00 Trees for Devon - Ross Kennerley, Regional Director Woodland Trust and LNP Board member
11.15 Devon Youth Parliament
Doughnut Economics is an idea of Kate Raworth’s that is getting increasing attention nationally and internationally. It sets out 9 ecological ‘planetary boundaries’ (ocean acidification, air pollution, etc) and 12 social dimensions (education, health, housing, gender equality, etc.) against which all new plans and developments can be measured to see if they are safe and socially just.
Doughnut Economics in action locally: