Birmingham Conversations: What's it like to care for our parks?

Location
The Exchange: 3 Centenary Square Birmingham B1 2DR
Dates
Wednesday 25 May 2022 (18:30-20:00)
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Join us for the third in our series of discussions about our city’s pressing environmental issues.

The last two years have made us more aware than ever of the wellbeing benefits of spending time in our cherished parks and open spaces. Hear from the people who look after our green spaces and the researchers who are working to understand how trees, woods and parklands might react to climate change and how they could benefit us. Join us to exchange ideas and have your voice heard.

This activity is presented as part of The Air We Breathe ,a public programme at The Exchange, with an exhibition, activities and events that explore the close relationships between us, our environment and our air quality. From a hydrogen train to a sci-fi forest, discover the work being done by the University of Birmingham to deliver clean air both here in Birmingham and around the world and how you can get involved.

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