Nature to get out of the climate crisis - how does that work?

Climate change is leading to the breakdown of our environment, taking with it the foundations of our economies, food security, health and quality of life.

Promising solutions to the climate change crisis involve protecting and restoring nature. These "nature-based solutions" also help to address the rapid loss of biological diversity worldwide. But how do these solutions work in practice?

In this one-hour online event, we will showcase examples where ZSL is developing nature-based solutions to the climate crisis and working with communities to secure a biodiverse and sustainable future for all.  We welcome your questions for our speakers throughout the event (see event details below).

Discover more about our work in different countries (including the Philippines, Mongolia and the UK) and hear from the experts who lead these projects, as they reveal what they do and how they do it. 

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Event Details:

  • This interactive online event will be livestreamed to the ZSL YouTube channel here:
  • Viewers are encouraged to ask the panelists their questions during the event using the PigeonHole platform (no sign-up or registration required).  Simply go to during the event to add your question and 'up-vote' other audience questions.
  • A recording of the event will be available on YouTube after the event.
  • There was no charge for this event, and no need to register in advance to watch the livestream.
  • Please read our PDF icon Code of Conduct at ZSL Online Events (90.41 KB) before participating in this event.


Further Information:

  • For press enquiries, please contact the ZSL Press
  • For more information about how to join the ZSL Fellowship programme and engage with a network of thousands who are shaping the future of conservation, please click here.
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  • To catch up on all our previous online events, you can find them on our YouTube channel, or here.


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