LAND USE IN THE UPLANDS
4th October 2021
A ‘Question Time’ style panel event with a range of experts from different backgrounds
DATE: 4th October 2021
TIME: 7pm to 9pm (doors open earlier)
LOCATION: Nidderdale High School, Low Wath Road, Pateley Bridge HG3 5HL
A ‘Question Time’ style panel event with a range of experts from different backgrounds to discuss the relationship between land use and climate change but also other topics such as biodiversity loss, flooding and sustainable rural livelihoods.
You will gain an increased awareness of the issues surrounding decisions over future land use coupled with an appreciation of the importance of people from different backgrounds, and with different outlooks, being able to talk to each other about seemingly tricky subjects.
To submit questions for consideration at the event, or for more information, contact Paul Howard: firstname.lastname@example.org.
HOW TO BOOK: No need to book but its advisable to arrive early to be sure of a space as a similar event on Rewilding in 2019 was full.
Please note that HDCCC is not responsible for the running of this event. This event is being hosted and managed by Royal Geographical Society who have their own Safeguarding and Health & Safety processes and procedures including Public Liability Insurance which is provided by AON.