Wednesday 22 April, 8.15am - 9.45am
Location: 43 Chalton Street, London NW1 1JD
London’s population is now 8.6m, and predicted to reach 11m in 2050.
How can the power of nature help to restore balance and harmony in the inner-city environment?
LUC is offering coffee, croissants, and quick-fire discussion: speakers will look at the health impacts of living in a city, beating rising child inactivity and obesity, green infrastructure, plus the launch of a new widget that values green space.
London’s urban green infrastructure – our parks, open spaces, trees, waterways and urban woodlands – have huge environmental benefits, but also offer a wide range of social and economic benefits. We need to act now to address the challenge of London’s rapidly rising urban population, adapt to the detrimental effects of climate change and provide much more integrated design solutions for everything from children’s play to urban greening.
LUC is a leading UK environmental design consultancy and our in-house and external experts will be covering subjects as diverse as how can we beat rising child inactivity and obesity, green infrastructure, plus the launch of a new widget that values urban green space.
In our 49th year, LUC refreshes the parts other consultancies cannot reach – the body, mind and soul.