Kent Design Briefing: Landscape Transformation and Climate Change
Plus £ 0.40 VAT
Kent Design LUNCH & LEARN - a short series of FREE online 1hr briefing events for 2023
In this Lunch & Learn event, Chris Churchman, landscape architect, will explore the effects of climate change on our undeveloped landscapes and how they can mitigate and adapt to a changing climate.
Join the webinar to learn how the coming decades will see a transformation in the way we finance, manage and access our landscapes.
Online Learning events are designed for public and private sector practitioners with limited or some knowledge and experience of the topic, and those who would like to refresh or build on their existing knowledge.
The Online Learning event will include:
- a live speaker presentation and Q&A
- a member only resource library of ‘watch again’ content, presentations, key takeaways, and further reading
Chris Churchman, Landscape Architect
Ross O’Ceallaigh, Programme Manager, Design South East
- Date: Wednesday 11th January 2023
- Time: 12:30 – 1:30pm (Login opens from 12:15pm)
- Format: Online via Zoom
We will be using Zoom as the online conferencing platform. Prior to registering please ensure you have a reliable internet connection and the latest version of Zoom.
Kent Design Members: Register in advance for this webinar. Simply click the £0 button to reduce the default £2 suggested donation.
Once you have successfully registered for this online event you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the session.
Kent Design Members also have access to the online resource library area where you will be able to download copies of presentations, any additional material for further reading, and a link to the webinar recording to share with your colleagues (within your organisation only). The resource login details will be shared at the end of this event, along with a short survey.
There are a number of places available to non-members.
Register in advance for this webinar. Simply click the £0 button to reduce the default £2 suggested donation.
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