Hosted by Sharon Durdant-Hollamby, President of the Institute of Chartered Foresters and Fellow of both the ICF and the Arboricultural Association, this podcast has been born out of a desire to widen the messages of a professional industry to the general public, and it is hoped you will love the educational content as well as be enthused to engage in the most important issue of all – managing your health and well-being through engagement with the natural world.
Sharon has has always been an advocate in the education of the wider public to explain the vital role that trees and green infrastructure play in global well-being.
There has never been a more important time in our lives to reverse the global slide into a non-recoverable natural failing of the earth’s resources.
Multi disciplinary practices are engaging together, sometimes for the first time, to ensure that we build back nature better.
The full length interview, out on the 19th March, with Treeconomics looks at the big picture, what can be achieved, the Cambridge Project Case Study, and how i-design is influencing sustainable Highway Design. Here's founder
This is the story of how a much loved Horse Chestnut tree was saved from felling thanks to the passion of the community (Keep River Lawn Green), the open mindedness of the developer (Assura), the
Craig was Hon. Treasurer of the Soil Association from 1990 to 2001 and was Chairman from 2001-2007. He then chaired Soil Association Certification Ltd from 2007-2009 and continue as a director. In partnership with his