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Recording: GREEN CITIES WEBINAR 5: SHOULD COMMUNITIES HAVE A RIGHT TO GREEN SPACE?

Recording: GREEN CITIES WEBINAR 5: SHOULD COMMUNITIES HAVE A RIGHT TO GREEN SPACE?

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28.10.2020

Recording: GREEN CITIES WEBINAR 5: SHOULD COMMUNITIES HAVE A RIGHT TO GREEN SPACE?

This webinar will explore the idea that all communities should have a right to green space, first proposed by Caroline Lucas in May 2020 inGreen Steps to Better and since put forward by a range of organisations The webinar will explore what a ‘right to green space’ might mean; how it could be used to make the distribution of green spaces fairer; and what it means at a local level.

Caroline Lucas, Member of Parliament for Brighton Pavilion Why communities should have a right to green space  

Helen Griffiths, CEO, Fields in Trust Introducing the Green Space Index and how it could be used to put the ‘right togreenspace’ into practice    

Trina Lynskey, Chair of Deptford Folk and London Green Spaces Commissioner – ‘How might the ‘right to green space’work in London?   

Julia Thrift, TCPA, Director of Healthier Place-making – Chair

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