Greening the City: How can we redesign cities to prioritise nature and green spaces?

Framestore, 28 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1LB
In-person Delivering net zero and resilient London & UK By registration Fleet Street Quarter Innovation and Technology Nature Other Resilience

About this Event

This thought-leadership panel event will focus on how different actors can play a role in developing sustainable spaces that allow nature and wildlife to flourish within urban environments, looking at urban greening, urban planning, rewilding strategies and the potential for carbon offsetting within cities. How can city makers work together to avoid ‘greenwashing’ and deliver meaningful change?

Moderator:  Naomi Kerbel, Director, Communications, SEC Newgate UK


Patrick Dumas, Co-Founder & CEO Square Mile

Martha Grekos – City of London Alderwoman and Planning & Environmental Law Barrister

Ian Mulcahey – Director of Cities, Gensler

Madeleine Rawlins, Global Practice Leader Climate Change, Mott Macdonald

This event is part of the Fleet Street Quarter’s Climate Festival, comprising a series of high-level debates and networking over two days under the overarching theme: ‘Creating a blueprint for a more sustainable future.’

Through the Festival, Fleet Street Quarter, the Business Improvement District for the City of London’s Fleet Street area, aims to help businesses in the area and beyond accelerate their efforts to transition to net zero.