The Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) and the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) will be co-hosting an online International Knowledge Conclave on Green Infrastructure on 17-18 December 2020.
From an integrated multidisciplinary perspective, this conclave seeks to articulate research tools and dissemination activities to understand how ‘green infrastructure’ and ‘blue-green spaces’ in towns and cities can affect health and wellbeing, as well as help in making water sensitive and resilient urban settlements.
This second conclave – following one on nature-based solutions for urban water security in 2018 – forms part of a three-year partnership between CSE and UWE Bristol, supported by both the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) and the International Water Security Network (IWSN).
The conclave will include speakers from across the world, including IWSN Director Chad Staddon.
More information about the conclave is available on the CSE website.