The London National Park City proposal has become a focal point for thinking about the future of green space in twenty-first century London.  Central to this idea is the already extensive tree cover across the metropolitan region, along with significant inequalities in access to nature, parks, and public space.  Our panel draws together a range of voices on the future of urban nature in London, including key contributors to the national park city movement.


15th March 2021, 17:00-18:30 (via Zoom)



Cara Clancy (University of Plymouth)
Matthew Gandy (University of Cambridge)
Daniel Raven-Ellison (Guerrilla Geographer and National Park City campaigner)
Meredith Whitten (London School of Economics)
Judy Ling Wong (Black Environment Network)


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