n partnership with Natural England, these conferences are designed to develop further thinking on the crucial role that landscape architects can play in mitigating and adapting to climate change.
In addition to plenary sessions covering the Climate Change Bill, the Landscape Institute’s Climate Change Policy (due for completion this spring) and local case studies outlining the success of landscape-scale approaches to adaptation, there will be a series of workshops for delegates to choose from that relate climate change to the four other policy themes that the Institute will be focusing on in 2008/09:
* Green infrastructure
* Community engagement
* Healthy living in the landscape.
Source: Landscape Institute – UK