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Reader offer - 3 passes to IHDC (Integrated Habitats) conference

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Natural History Museum, London on October 15


Source: The Green Roof Consultancy

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Footprint has teamed up with the IHDC to offer readers three complimentary passes to the Integrated Habitats Design Competition all day conference and awards reception on Monday, October 15 at the Natural History Museum, London. The IHDC focuses on ways to work with nature and integrate an ecosystem services approach to the design of the built environment.

The speaker line-up includes ecologist Gary Grant, David Partridge of Argent, Duncan Young of Lend Lease, Dusty Gedge, director of Living Roofs. and Peter Massini of the GLA’s Urban Greening Team.

To win a pass, email ajsustainability@emap.com with your name, occupation, and place of employment or university.


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IHDC will host a 2 week public exhibition of winners and finalists at the Darwin Centre, Natural History Museum 8th - 19th October

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