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Cambridge Forum for Sustainability and the Environment

The discussion this month centred on green spaces and biodiversity in cities, including the benefits they bring for well being and health, and the role they play in the diverse mosaic of a city. We also started to talk about the layers of governance needed to support these green spaces and build them into future cites.

Dr Britt  Baillie
Affiliated Lecturer: Division of Archaeology
Research Member, Centre for Urban Conflicts Research,
University of Cambridge
Professor Marcial  Echenique
Emeritus Professor of Land Use and Transport Studies,
Department of Architecture, University of Cambridge
 Simon  Marsh
Head of Planning Policy
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB)
Professor Catharine  Ward Thompson
Professor of Landscape Architecture at the Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (ESALA), Director of the OPENspace research centre and Associate Dean for Research, Knowledge Exchange and Impact for the College of Humanities and Soci
University of Edinburgh