The Green Alliance Podcast

Covid-19: The role of nature in the nation's recovery (event highlights)

Episode Summary

This episode features the highlights of this online event discussing the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on nature and conservation organisations and the role of nature in people's well-being and the nation’s recovery. We hear from the heads of three leading organisations: Hilary McGrady of National Trust, Beccy Speight of RSPB and Tony Juniper of Natural England.

Episode Notes

"A hopeful future and a better normal"

On 5 May 2020, Green Alliance hosted an online event  to discuss the implications of the coronavirus crisis for nature and the conservation sector and the very important role it can play in the nation's recovery. 

Speakers were Hilary McGrady, director-general of the National Trust, Beccy Speight, chief executive of the RSPB, and Tony Juniper, chair of Natural England.

This episode features the highlights of the discussion.

This event was the second in a series of Green Alliance online events exploring the impact of the current health crisis on the environment.