Kathryn Brown spoke about the 2030 Strategy for the Wildlife Trusts, which focusses on action for nature and climate to achieve three goals by 2030: nature in recovery, people taking meaningful action, and nature playing a role in addressing global challenges including climate change.
She highlighted some of the most innovative nature-based solutions projects happening across the Trusts, who collectively are one of the UK’s top ten landholders. Kathryn also reflected on the biggest evidence challenges for The Wildlife Trusts to monitor and evaluate progress and achieve their goals.
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