A tour that will help give an understanding of how horticulture is a tool for becoming more eco-friendly and working towards a better, cleaner future.
Category: #2 Climate Accessibility [Nature]
A look at the plants in the botanic gardens, to show how plants and trees benefit our environment. How plants relate within their families and how plants interact with all kinds of biodiversity. A tour that will help give an understanding of how horticulture is a tool for becoming more eco-friendly and working towards a better, cleaner future.
About the organiser:
The Wolfson S&C Hub experiments with convening interested individuals and organisations to inform, educate, and explore disruptive solutions to the destruction of the natural world.
With strengths of diversity and subject inclusion, we connect returning professionals, new students from 90+ nations, world-leading researchers and engaged individuals and organisations to nurture a community of action, ambition, and leadership. We train the future decision makers and thought leaders across disciplines and industries to better act for the natural world and global society.
How to register
This is an IN PERSON event. Please register. Meet at the Botanic Gardens at 1:30pm. Please note normal entry fee to the Botanic Gardens applies.
Please register on the link below.