Time is running out to secure your Early Bird tickets for this acclaimed urban trees research conference!
Just some of the many reasons to secure your place before the early bird deadline of 1st December:
•Outstanding two-day conference showcasing innovation in urban greenspace
•Leading industry research presented by speakers from across the world
•Excellent networking opportunities for industry professionals
•Help shape the future of the conference with #YourBigIdea
Chaired by Professor Cecil Konijnendijk, Trees, People and the Built Environment 4 will bring together built and natural environment professionals to turn research into action on the ground.
Keynote speakers include Professor Suzanne Simard (University of British Columbia), Ian Bateman OBE (University of Exeter), and Yvonne Lynch (Urban Greening and Resilience Consultant).
The key to a successful conference is to create a genuine partnership between the speakers and delegates. The final session of the #TPBE4 conference will encourage delegates to put forward their own big idea for change. Start thinking about #YourBigIdea now and ensure that it is innovative, action-based, adds value, is not repetitive, has global appeal and transferability.
About the Conference
Every three years, the Institute of Chartered Foresters (ICF) partners with academic institutions and chartered institutes to host an international cross-discipline conference on urban greenspace.