Conference for Nature

03.09.14 - 03.09.14

Following the launch of the State of Nature in 2013, on 3 September 2014 we are hosting the Conference for Nature in Westminster.

An invitation only event, bringing together leaders from all sectors to look at game changing and innovative projects with nature and conservation at their hearts.

We’re delighted that Sir David Attenborough will be delivering the opening address and Peter Young from the Aldersgate Group will be delivering the summation of the event.

Throughout the day we’ll be hearing from a number of high profile projects, showcasing how sustainability and nature go hand in hand with business.

Amongst the speakers are Mike Barry, Sustainability Director for M&S and Andy Spencer, Sustainability Director for CEMEX. There will be three question panels throughout the day to prompt discussions about how we can interweave nature with politics, business and civil society to the benefit of everyone.

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