From Katja at Campaign for National Parks <[email protected]>
Subject FREE Webinar: 31 October 2022, 4.00 - 5.30pm
Date October 18, 2022 3:59 PM
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Join us to help shape a new ‘People’s Charter for Nature, Landscape and Access’.

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** FREE Webinar: A 21^st Century ‘People’s Charter’ for Nature, Access & Landscape

In 1949, radical new legislation, the National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act, was passed. This was heralded as a ‘People’s Charter for the Open Air’. Now over 70 years later should we be equally bold and legislate to enable us to address the overlapping crises of health, nature and climate?

Book now ([link removed]) and join us on 31 October at 4.00 pm to hear from thought leaders in the field and for the opportunity to ask them your questions.

This online panel debate, run in partnership with the Centre for National Parks and Protected Areas and hosted by Julia Aglionby, Professor in Practice at the University of Cumbria, will explore the legislation changes needed to ensure that our National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty are better protected for the future and can play their full part in enhancing biodiversity, delivering Net Zero, and as places where communities thrive and people of all backgrounds feel welcome and involved.

Confirmed panellists include:
* Rose O’Neill, Chief Executive of Campaign for National Parks
* Sarah Mukherjee MBE, CEO of the Institute of Environmental Management & Assessment (IEMA)
* Ned Westaway, Barrister, Standing Counsel for Campaign for National Parks and Chair of the UK Environmental Law Association.
* Kate Jennings, Head of Sites Policy at RSPB and member of the IUCN Working Group for Protected Areas
* Tompion Platt, Director of Operations and Advocacy for the Ramblers.

Book your free place here! ([link removed])

** We're recruiting!

We are looking for two new members of staff – a Policy and Projects Officer and a Senior Communications Officer. If you want to be at the forefront of tackling some of the most important issues facing humankind, for some of the world’s most awe-inspiring places, Campaign for National Parks wants to hear from you. Visit the website ([link removed]) for more information and to apply. The deadline for applications is 28 October 2022.

** Latest Viewpoint magazine arriving

Friends of National Parks will be receiving their copy of Viewpoint magazine issue 81 (Autumn/Winter 2022) early next week. Highlights include all the winners and nominees from this year’s Park Protectors Awards and a summary of the first releases from our National Parks: New Perspectives bursary holders.

As the independent voice of National Parks we can only continue our campaign because of Friends’ memberships, donations and gifts in wills. Join today as a Friend of National Parks ([link removed]) from just £3 a month a receive your personal copy of Viewpoint magazine, as well as supporting our work.
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