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Free webinar series: The benefits of Nature-based Solutions in cities

Like most organisations, we’ve had to change the way we’re doing things this year. Many of our in-person events have been cancelled, postponed or adapted as a result of COVID19. However, the silver lining of this is that we will now be running a series of free webinars highlighting the benefits of using Nature-based Solutions (NbS) to support more resilient cities in the face of climate change, and you can join us!

Each interdisciplinary webinar session will explore how NbS can improve a specific ecosystem services, such as carbon storage, natural flood management, improving thermal comfort, and water quality. Join guest speakers from academia and the private and public sectors, hear inspiring case studies from around the world, and be the first to find out preliminary results from our global citizen science research!


As we work towards a green recovery from COVID19, establishing accessible, functional and nature-based spaces in our cities is crucial. Don’t miss the opportunity to join these webinars and discuss this hot topic – places are limited so make sure you sign up early to avoid disappointment. At the end of each webinar there will be a dedicated Q&A session where you can put your questions to our expert panel.

For more information on the individual events and to book your place now, head to the registration link!


Wednesday 4 November 2020: Nature-based solutions for carbon storage

Wednesday 11 November 2020: Nature-based solutions for natural flood management

Wednesday 18 November 2020: Nature-based solutions for thermal comfort

Wednesday 25 November 2020: Nature-based solutions for water quality improvements

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