Thinking Bigger – working together for nature
Ordnance Survey headquarters, Explorer House, Adanac Drive, Southampton, SO16 0AS
Green Halo Conference 2020
09.30 – 14.00, Tuesday 4 February
- To take a wider view of nature across the Green Halo, looking beyond administrative boundaries and promote a more coherent and integrated approach to managing the environment and our natural capital; and
- To review actions and activities over the past year, with a focus on our four Green Halo themes –
- Enhancing the natural environment
- Supporting the local economy
- Improving health and wellbeing
- Encouraging sustainable living.
Alison Barnes: Chief Executive, New Forest National Park Authority and Convenor of the Green Halo Partnership
“Review of Green Halo Partnership and introducing the theme of the event – Thinking Bigger: working together for nature.”
10.15 Keynote speaker
Dan Raven-Ellison: Guerrilla Geographer, National Park City campaigner
“London National Park City – A case study in collaboration”
10.30 – 11.00 An integrated approach for our area
Short presentations and panellist discussion
“Developing an integrated plan for the Green Halo. How can that help guide a better approach to managing the urban and rural natural environment?”
- Stuart Baker – Assistant Director Strategy and Programme Development at Solent Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), Assistant Director at Maritime UK Solent, and Chair of Maritime UK Regional Council
- Mark Axford – Planning Policy Manager, BCP Council
- Claire Upton-Brown – Chief Planning Officer, New Forest District Council
11.00 – 11.15 Coffee
11.20 – 11.35 Perspective from the next generation
- Tanya Bellows, BSc Environmental Sciences student at Bournemouth University, Internship at partnership steering group member Ramboll and helping with the Green Halo Partnership.
- Collette Raine, Architectural Assistant with PAD Studio, and trustee of the SPUD Works charity.
11.45 – 12.25 Breakout session
Opportunity to discuss the broad issues raised by our presentations. Groups will be invited to feedback on two or three key questions. For example:
- how to make the case for a more integrated approach to protecting and enhancing natural capital across our area?
- who should be working together, over what geography?
- what are the priorities for action?
12.30 – 12.50 Feedback from breakout session
12.50 Closing remarks Alison Barnes
13.00 – 14.00 Lunch, networking & depart
- Sponsorship packages for the event are available
- Book your stand in our market place.
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