Tees Nature and the Climate Emergency
In 2020 TVNP held an online conference that focused on "Tees Nature and the Climate Emergency" which included live talks, workshops and much more. Key highlights from the conference were:
The Wildlife Trust's Craig Bennett, Keynote speaker for the first day of the conference, talks about the Wildlife Trust's plan to turn the Climate Emergency around and the role of nature within this. He talks about the decline in wildlife and the difficulty of positive feedback loops.
Keynote Speaker for day two Zero Carbon Britain's Paul Allen talks about the "wicked solutions needed for the wicked climate problem". In his talk Paul breaks down the possible solutions that Zero Carbon Britain have been working on and how these could be put into action.
A panel from the 2020 Tees Nature and the Climate Emergency conference including speakers from Natural England, DEFRA, Environment Bank, Tees Valley Wildlife Trust, and the North Pennines AONB. Chaired by Rachel Murtagh manager of Tees Valley Nature Partnership.
There's much more conference footage so if you missed it or had a favourite talk or workshop you can watch all the conference footage by clicking on the buttons below.
Tees Valley Nature Partnership is made up of over 40 member organisations and groups, you can learn more on our members page below.