This seminar was a chance to bring together relevant parties in government, business, civil society, and academia for candid discussion on what the current roadblocks were for different institutions adopting more sustainable policies, and what could be done to help those institutions circumvent those roadblocks. The main questions the participants addressed were: * What value and assumptions are embedded in current institutions which make them act as roadblocks to more sensible policies? * How should we analyse the effects of their removal on other areas of policy? * How should we go about removing them? What should be the next steps?
Other Recent Reports
HERO Workshop #7 Report: Mapping Ongoing Nature Restoration Activities In Oxfordshire
HERO Workshop #6 Report: Urban Grassland Management
Fortifying the Algorithmic Management Provisions in the Proposed Platform Work Directive
Investigating the association of environmental exposures and all-cause mortality in the UK Biobank using sparse principal component analysis
IPCC (2022) Sixth Assessment Report, Chapter 12, Cross-sectoral perspectives
HERO Workshop #4 Report: Social Dimensions of Nature Recovery Across Oxfordshire