There is increasing pressure on UK landscapes to feed, house and power a growing population, to tackle climate change and biodiversity loss and to build a greener, more equal and resilient economy. Join us at the launch of the Royal Society’s new report, Multifunctional Landscapes, which advises on the use of science to increase the productivity of land and makes recommendations on the data and analytics, innovation, skills and policy mechanisms required to create multifunctional landscapes which raise productivity whilst meeting society’s needs efficiently and sustainably.
Attending in person
- This event can be attended in person at the Royal Society
- Doors will open for registration from 4pm
- Registration is recommended if attending in person, otherwise availability cannot be guaranteed
- Travel and accessibility information
- The lecture will be livestreamed here and on the Royal Society YouTube channel
- You can take part in the live Q&A which will be available on this page via Slido
- This event will be recorded (including the live Q&A) and the recording will be available on YouTube soon after the event
- The Royal Society has an acceptable use policy for all online events, and we expect our users to abide by these guidelines.
The livestream of the panel event accompanying the launch of the report will be available from 4.30pm on Wednesday 1 February.
Field your questions to the Living Landscapes steering group via the Slido link (available soon).