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The Economics of Biodiversity: the Dasgupta Review

Tuesday 2nd February
Online
Free

Covid 19 – Learning from Belfast – Creating healthy places

Wednesday 3rd February
Online
Free

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Northern Ireland Food, Farm and Land Convention

Tuesday 9th February
Online

Building Soil Fertility on Farm

Wednesday 10th February
Online

Managing Plastic Waste Digital Conference

Thursday 11th February
Online
£200 – £260 + VAT

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The Protocol and the Environment

Monday 15th February
Online
Free

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FFCC’s Changing our land management

Wednesday 24th February
Online
Free

Global Soil Biodiversity Initiative Speaks: Targeting, Monitoring, and Conserving Soil Biodiversity: Soil biodiversity observation networks across the globe

Wednesday 24th February
Online
Free

Priorities for moving forward low carbon heat in the UK – strategy, policy, regulation, and supporting delivery

Thursday 25th February
Online
£190 plus VAT

Digital Fundraising (CFNI)

Thursday 25th February
Online
Free

Webinar: Integrated home renovation services in Europe

Friday 26th February
Online
Free

RSPB NI: Saving Species & Combatting Climate Change

Saturday 27th February
Online
Free

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Covid 19 – Learning from Belfast – Creating healthy places

Wednesday 3 February 2021 - 18/01/21

Online

This lunchtime seminar will share learning from Belfast’s response during the Covid–19 pandemic.

Healthy Cities apply innovative approaches in creating healthy places such as engagement of the citizens in designing public places. This lunchtime seminar will explore projects to create healthy places, including children in placemaking and investing in an urban greenway in Belfast.

Connswater Community Greenway presented the opportunity to explore the potential social return on investment of a new urban greenway intervention. This is one of the first studies to conduct a social return on investment of a new urban greenway estimating the potential benefits. The results help to better understand a fuller value of the multi–functional and co–benefits of urban greenways which can support future investments, policies and practices.

A research study by Queen’s University explored the views of children who live in interface localities facing deprivation in Belfast and the impact of the presence of ‘peace walls’ in creating both physical and mental barriers. This presentation highlights the need for children’s views to be included in the design of places. This seminar will include speakers from Queen’s University Belfast.

More information available here

Cost   More Details Free
Time   More Details Wednesday 3rd Feb 2021, 12.30pm–1.30pm
Contact   More Details


https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_vQ3I8rvnQSat1A6dIR1egw