FPG and their partners’ exchanged experiences of combining nature conservation, climate adaptation and heritage protection. When it comes to climate change and water, heritage is barely visible. An important reason is that the heritage and water worlds do not know each other sufficiently. Institutionally, politically, and especially when it comes to research and science, there is little common ground. Innovative adjustments have already been made at various country estates. On May 27, 2021, over 125 participants joined the conversation on this topic. You can watch the recording of the symposium, with English subtitles, here. Find a summary of the event here.
Bertrand Monthuir. Photo credit : Bertrand MonthuirBertrand Monthuir is a nature lover and passionate about forest ecosystems, he owns the family private forest estate of