Part 1 of a workshop series to agree how NEENP resources should be used to deliver priorities. Attendees from the NEENP executive Group to be lead by David Gardiner of Public Health England using a published criteria decision making process.
The North East England Nature Partnership (NEENP) has agreed to prepare an elected members guide on why the landscape and places we live in are vitally important to health and wellbeing and in supporting healthy lifestyle choices. The natural environment is an area of growing interest and importance as it is inextricably linked to both […]
This seminar aims to help make sure that the content of the guide is user-friendly and provides the answers most needed for key decision makers to understand how environmental issues can benefit and impact on wider social and economic well-being.
How can we manage green spaces, create employment and grow a local enterprise all at the same time?
At our conference we will be joined by some excellent speakers to reflect on the progress we have made, identify key priorities for our environment through interactive audience voting and launch the new vision and LNP programmes for 2017.
Date for your diary: Tuesday 28th February 2017 and follow the link below to register.
The outcome of the workshop will be a pipeline plan of projects that will enable project partners and HLF to focus resources and ensure that the North East continues to achieve successful landscape scale delivery.
The North East Local Nature Partnership (NELNP) is holding a workshop together with the Ecosystems Knowledge Network (EKN) and The Centre for Sustainable Healthcare (CSH) to determine how improved access to the natural outdoors might play a greater role in addressing the health priorities of the North East.