Understanding Biodiversity Net Gain in the Humber

Understanding Biodiversity Net Gain in the Humber


The Humber region is set to undergo a huge period of change as we transition our critical industrial heritage & infrastructure to a lower carbon future, whilst retaining jobs and enhancing the natural environment. Our region is set to invest £billions in the transition which represents a tremendous opportunity for organisations to drive environmental improvements while protecting our planet for future generations from the impact of greenhouse gas emissions.

This Biodiversity Net Gain Conference in the Humber is brought to you by the CATCH Environmental Managers Network & Humber Nature Partnership, it is open to members and guests.


Coffee available from 9.30

10.00 – Welcome and Introductions – Martin Jones, Yara

10.05 – Understanding Biodiversity Net Gain  - Nick White, Natural England

10.35 – Green Investment in Greater Lincolnshire – Tammy Smalley, Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust

11.05 – Coffee Break

11.20 – Humber Forest & creating woodland at industrial sites - Andrew Taylor, North Lincolnshire Council

11.45 – HNP member site biodiversity projects

12.05 – Q&A

12.15 – Close & Buffet lunch

The event is free to attend and there are a few sponsorship opportunities available please contact  [email protected] for more details.

Event Details


05 June 2024 09:30

Who is it aimed at

Anyone responsible for biodiveristy management in their organisation


CATCH Facility, Redwood Park Estate, Stallingborough, NE Lincs, DN41 8TH

Event presented by

Monday 5th Events
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“It’s about business – a week to inspire and connect with energy and passion”.

| Paul Sewell, Founder of Humber Business Week

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