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Nature-based Solutions Conference

Niki Mardas, Executive Director of Global Canopy is speaking at the Nature-based Solutions Conference on Wednesday 19th June on how to make the current system work for nature.

  • When: 18 Jun 2024, 09:00 BST
  • Where: Oxford University Museum of Natural History and online
  • In person
  • Online
  • Amazon
  • Biodiversity
  • Human rights


Over three days between 18-20 June, the Nature-based Solutions Conference will bring together interdisciplinary researchers with practitioners and decision makers from the public and private sectors, as well as Indigenous voices from around the world, to discuss and co-create an action plan to support positive social-environmental change. The conference will examine the benefits of nature-based solutions for human and ecological health, climate change adaptation, humanitarian crises and food security, and tackle the role of adaptive management in resilience. It will also explore how to ensure that governance, markets and finance can act together, discussing how we might transform the economy so that it enhances rather than weakens the web of life. Finally, the conference explores how we can rekindle a deeper human connection with nature, through ceremony, art, music and immersive experiences.

Day 1 – Holistic Values of Nature-based Solutions – 18th June

The first day of the conference will focus on three themes:

  • Scaling Nature-based Solutions with Integrity
  • Nature-based Solutions for Health and Wellbeing
  • Nature-based Solutions for Adaptation and Humanitarian Crises

Day 2 – Making the Current System Work for Nature – 19th June

The second day of the conference will focus on the following themes:

  • Addressing Uncertainty and Building the Evidence
  • Balancing Resilience Concerns around Nature-based Solutions
  • Governance, Markets and Finance for Nature


Day 3 – Reimagining the Future with Nature-based Solutions – 20th June

The final day of the conference will focus on the following themes:

  • Remembering Our Profound Interconnectedness With Nature
  • The Role of Nature in Redefining our Economic Model
  • Restoring Relationship with Nature-based Solutions

    Please note that in-person tickets are sold out. Virtual access to all sessions is £30/ticket.
  • When: 18 Jun 2024, 09:00 BST
  • Where: Oxford University Museum of Natural History and online

Language: English

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