The Landscape Institute is inviting members with knowledge and expertise in the fields of climate change, resilience and biodiversity to help coordinate our response to the climate crisis

Port Sunlight River Park. © Gillespies / Giles Rocholl

Following the Landscape Institute (LI) Board’s declaration in June of a climate and biological diversity emergency, the LI is calling on members with relevant knowledge and expertise to apply to join a short-life panel to help coordinate our response.

Panel members will work with an appointed external consultant to provide expert advice and develop a list of potential actions that the LI and its members could take to make a positive contribution towards national climate change targets and international obligations.

Successful applicants will assist the LI in identifying in which topics landscape professionals may need support over the next three years, including future standards, skills, and guidance and information relating to climate change mitigation, adaptation and related practice areas.

For further details of the role and person specification, and more information on how to apply to join the LI Climate and Biodiversity Emergency Response Panel, visit jobs.landscapeinstitute.org.

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