LI events look at climate change

The crucial role of landscape architects in mitigating and adapting to climate change will be discussed at two conferences this spring.

The Landscape Institute (LI) conferences will cover the Climate Change Bill and local case studies outlining the success of landscape-scale approaches to adaptation.

Seminars on housing, healthy living, green infrastructure and community engagement will take place during the day, along with a session on the LI's climate change policy.

Speakers will include landscape architects and other specialists.

The conferences are being held at Bristol Zoo Gardens on 25 April and Leeds Metropolitan University on 23 May.

- See www.liconferences.org.


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