Keith Weed takes over from Sir Nicholas Bacon as RHS president with climate change agenda

Weed has committed "to increasing the RHS focus on sustainability and helping to mitigate climate change as a key priority".

by Matthew Appleby
Keith Weed in the Floral Fantasia area at RHS Hyde Hall on a whistle stop tour of Rosemoor, Wisley and Hyde Hall to meet staff, ahead of election to president of the RHS: pic credit Peter Seabrook
Keith Weed in the Floral Fantasia area at RHS Hyde Hall on a whistle stop tour of Rosemoor, Wisley and Hyde Hall to meet staff, ahead of election to president of the RHS: pic credit Peter Seabrook

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