Sunday 25 September

Biodiversity and Climate Change in Norwich - an afternoon of short talks

Norwich Friends of the Earth and St Peter Mancroft Church invite you to join us for an afternoon of short talks followed by questions/discussion around the theme ‘Biodiversity and Climate Change in Norwich’.

We have several exciting speakers lined up:

Ben Margolis – The Climate Coalition

Esther Rosewarne – Woodland Trust

Asher Minns – Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research

Esther Lutz Davies – Friends of the Earth

Jan Smith – Emma’s Hedgehog Hotel

David Max – Norfolk Conservation Corps

Phil Hunt – Norwich City Council

Sandra Walmsley – CPRE Norfolk

Helen Carter and Stephen Little – Climate Hope Action In Norfolk

 

Event schedule

12:00 ‘Welcome to GBGW’ – Ben Margolis, Director of The Climate Coalition

12:15 ‘Climate Change in the city of Norwich’ – Asher Minns, Director of Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research. Followed by Q&A.

12:45 ‘Living Legends: Norfolk’s amazing ancient trees’ – Esther Rosewarne, Woodland Trust. Followed by Q&A.

1:15 ‘Hedgehogs: the canaries in the coalmine’ – Jan Smith, Emma’s Hedgehog Hotel. Followed by Q&A.

1:45 ‘Building Norfolk’s response to the climate crisis’ – Helen Carter & Stephen Little, CHAIN (Climate Hope Action In Norfolk). Followed by Q&A.

2:15 ‘Biodiversity in Norfolk Churchyards’ – David Max, Norfolk Conservation Corps. Followed by Q&A.

2:45 ‘Putting It All Together’ – Sandra Walmsley, CPRE Norfolk. Followed by Q&A.

3:15 ‘Norwich City Council Biodiversity Strategy’ – Phil Hunt, Environmental Strategy Manager at Norwich City Council. Followed by Q&A.

3:45 ‘Taking Action in Norwich’ – Esther Lutz-Davies, Friends of the Earth regional coordinator.

 

This event can also be watched live or on catch up here: https://youtu.be/V6d-z2ZiwmQ

Event Overview

Sunday 25 September

12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

St Peter Mancroft, Hay Hill, Norwich, UK

Event type

  • Family friendly
  • Food / refreshment available
  • Free event
  • Toilets on site

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