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Question and Answer panel from the afternoons speakers chaired by Chris Reynolds with panelists Matthew Quinn, Distinguished Visiting Fellow, University of Cardiff
on How AONBs can deliver on sustainable management of natural resources, Dr Kirsten McEwan, Department of Psychology, University of Derby
on Connecting people with nature and Mark Pope, Chair of the Environment Forum, National Farmers’ Union on How we will work with AONB Partnerships and Conservation Boards to deliver public goods post Brexit.
Question and Answer panel from the mornings speakers chaired by Philip Hygate with panelists Merrick Denton-Thompson, President who spoke on The Landscape Institute on Defra’s 25 YEP and the opportunities it affords AONBs, Andrew Blake, AONB Manager, Wye Valley AONB Partnership on the Review of Designated Landscapes Wales, its aspirations for landscape and AONBs role in delivery and Emeritus Professor Allan Buckwell, Senior Fellow, IEEP on The possible effects of Brexit on our landscapes.