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Global Business of Biodiversity Symposium
 
   
Start Date 13/07/2010
 
End Date 14/07/2010
 
Location London 
 
Country United Kingdom 
 
Description EDEN Project designer Michael Pawlyn will explain how biodiversity impacts city designs and developments at the world’s largest business and biodiversity conference. The British green architect, who designed the biomes at the top Cornwall conservation tourist attraction The Eden Project, is set to appear at the first Global Business of Biodiversity Symposium (GBOB) at London’s Excel Conference Centre. Mr Pawlyn, of Exploration Architecture, will chair a discussion on Cities, Urban Design, Architecture, Infrastructure and Construction examining how biodiversity and its effects are increasingly being considered in designs and developments. The session will also explore how the construction industry is addressing the issues through providing amenities for citizens, creating corridors for nature and working with nature rather than against it. 
 
URL www.businessofbiodiversity.co.uk/.
 
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