As our climate changes, how do we protect British landscapes and encourage resilience amongst their local communities ?
Our countryside encompasses a range of environments including farmland, marsh, heathland, moorland, woods, forest and mountains. Climate change is altering the way we manage and protect these landscapes and threatening those who live there.
As the climate changes, what do we need to do to protect biodiversity while ensuring we also protect local communities? From rewilding to regenerating, what can we do now to help our countryside be more resilient to change?
Join us to discover how communities have coped with environmental change in the past and the lessons we can all learn from this, as we deal with the effects of climate change happening right now. How are these landscapes altering and what adaptations do we need to make to ensure our management of them is sustainable?
Also in this series
Coastal Landscapes - 22 November
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Urban Landscapes - 26 November
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