New Skills for a Nature City
  • Marine Station, University of Plymouth, Artillery Place, Plymouth PL4 0LU

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Plymouth is leading the way in marine, green, nature-based enterprise.

Join Nature Plymouth to explore how the city can attract young people to this growing, forward-thinking sector, providing the right experiences, knowledge and skills to pursue fulfilling and successful career and hear from some organisations leading the way.

As public opinion shifts, regulations change and technology creates ever new opportunities, old and new sectors are emerging and remerging. There is a growing opportunity for new jobs and sectors and for employers and for educators. From land management and rewilding to agri-tech to and social media driven pollinators, a new regenerative economy is emerging and Plymouth is at the forefront.

But what are the skills we need to grasp this opportunity, to create new, inclusive green jobs, that don’t just work with nature, but actively work for our future and our planet?

This event is open to anyone in the green and regenerative economy, educators and employers, people who are looking at the skills for the future and those who need the skills of the future.

Visit the Eventbrite web page for more details and to register your place or email natinfra@plymouth.gov.uk for any queries.

This event is funded by the Future Parks Accelerator programme, NHLF and National Trust.

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