Webinars

Working for a green recovery – The Planet Pod Webinar Series

Our mission at Planet Pod is to bring interesting people together to discuss the issues that matter. Nothing matters more than getting the recovery from Covid_19 right and to do that we need a truly green recovery that works for people and planet. Our Green Recovery series offers insight and inspiration from leaders across a range of sectors, from energy production to rewilding. You can find the first three webinars here.

In this first webinar we ask three leading female Climate Change Makers from very different backgrounds and perspectives to discuss how we might collectively work towards a new way forward by finding an exit strategy fit for the Planet.

Isabella Tree, rewilding expert from the Knepp Estate and author of Wilding, Clare Brook, CEO of the ocean conservation charity The Blue Marine Foundation and Juliet Davenport, CEO and founder of the 100% renewable energy company Good Energy share their thoughts and perspectives on what the immediate impacts of Covid-19 have been on the environment and business. They also discuss in conversation with Amanda Carpenter host of Planet Pod how we can use the pandemic as a catalyst to think differently and begin and develop a route out that works not just for the planet but for society for the economy and for citizens.

How can rewilding present opportunities for a green recovery by finding a new way of managing our resources and the planet after Covid? Our guests are Rebecca Wrigley, CEO, Rewilding Britain joins Simon Boyle Legal Director at Argyll Environmental and a member of Wild Law group at UKELA and Ben Macdonald, author, conservationist and film maker.

All three offer different insights into how rewilding at local and national level can be used to support economic regeneration, connection between communities and rebalance our damaged ecosystem by restoring greater biodiversity. If 30% of public land were rewilded we would be well on the way to recovery says Rebecca Wrigley, while Simon advocates for legal rights for natural landscapes through a wild law and Ben calls for public ownership of grouse moors and farmland.

REWILDING

What are the opportunities for a green recovery?​

REWILDING

What are the opportunities for a green recovery?​

How can rewilding present opportunities for a green recovery by finding a new way of managing our resources and the planet after Covid? Our guests are Rebecca Wrigley, CEO, Rewilding Britain joins Simon Boyle Legal Director at Argyll Environmental and a member of Wild Law group at UKELA and Ben Macdonald, author, conservationist and film maker.

All three offer different insights into how rewilding at local and national level can be used to support economic regeneration, connection between communities and rebalance our damaged ecosystem by restoring greater biodiversity. If 30% of public land were rewilded we would be well on the way to recovery says Rebecca Wrigley, while Simon advocates for legal rights for natural landscapes through a wild law and Ben calls for public ownership of grouse moors and farmland.

GREEN LAW - CLEAN ENERGY ​

How the law can help renewable energy power a green recovery​

The third in our series of Green Recovery webinars produced by Achill Management and Planet Pod. Our guests Juliet Davenport – Founder and CEO of Good Energy, Dr Jeff Hardy – Senior Research Fellow at the Grantham Institute and Sandy Abrahams – founding partner of Lux Nova Partners talk with host Amanda Carpenter about what policy, legal and financial incentive changes are needed needed for renewable energy to power a green recovery.

Coming soon...

Look out for our new podcast series on Climate Justice starting in September