Melissa Sterry

Architecture, Nature and Wildlife in Cities

Part of Nature-Rich Cities

Festival of the Future City/
Wed 18 November 2015

Architecture, Nature and Wildlife in Cities

Part of Nature-Rich Cities

Melissa Sterry
Wed 18 November 2015,

It’s possible to make buildings and places where wildlife can live alongside humans and there are plenty of good examples available. Rab Bennetts (Bennetts Associates) joins Melissa Sterry (Bionic City) and Mike Roberts (HAB Housing) to debate how architecture can help create a nature-rich city. Chaired by John Alker (UK Green Building Council).

Part of Festival of the Future City: Nature-Rich Cities

One of the great benefits of the current renewal of cities is the potential to make them nature-rich. This strand of the festival, organised in association with Avon Wildlife Trust, will explore how to integrate nature in urban living, design and planning, and debate the challenges of making our urban landscapes wildlife-friendly, both to protect existing wildlife and to attract more.

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