Bite-Size Session: The power of green infrastructure & healthy space : Bristol's path to success - Bristol
- Bristol is a renowned green city…but what are the challenges and opportunities when accommodating development growth?
- Can local policy and sustainable regeneration result in a truly healthier urban environment to retain this accolade and ensure a continued pathway to success?
Joanna Peacock (associate) and Rachel Crookes (ecologist) both at at eight associates will present a fascinating talk on how green infrastructure, biodiversity enhancement and healthy spaces are a powerful combination that results in multiple physical, social and environmental benefits, including better air quality, improved access to nature, flood risk management and healthy buildings.
The Green Register and eight associates have worked together for many years to promote the benefits of robust ecological assessments, sustainable masterplanning and green infrastructure.
What did delegates say about previous Bite Size sessions?
"The micro session idea is brilliant as full days can be very, very difficult"
"Excellent coverage for both established Green Register members and novices"
"Informed recommendations and some myths debunked"
"Lots of stuff I didn’t know! Enjoyed the interactive format"
More about Bite Size sessions
The Green Register's Bite Size sessions offer an alternative, flexible route to Green Register membership through a series of shorter training sessions designed to give concise training at a time to suit busy working professionals. Attend 2 sessions to qualify for membership.
All sessions start at 16.45 for registration with training running 17.00 - 19.00.
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27 Trenchard Street
Bristol, BS1 5AN