Hampshire 2050 Partnership

21 July 2020

Partners and Commissioners from the Hampshire 2050 Commission of Inquiry attended the second Hampshire 2050 Partnership event on 21 July 2020.

The virtual event was supported by Hubbub, and considered ‘What is a Greenprint for a better Hampshire?’ in light of recovery of Covid-19.

The event was based around 5 key areas closely aligned with the Hampshire 2050 Vision. These were:

  1. Rebuilding a more sustainable economy
  2. Cutting air pollution and promoting active travel
  3. Creating greener, digitally connected homes
  4. Supporting the vulnerable
  5. Promoting the natural environment

To help frame the debate ahead of the event, each Partner organisation received a ‘provocation’ paper and had the opportunity to respond to a short survey to ascertain if Partners were keen to re-stimulate the economy through a business as normal approach or whether they are considering a more sustainable approach incorporating sustainability/carbon targets.

Read the provocation paper and survey results

Trewin Restorick, Founder and CEO Hubbub UK

Trewin Restorick is Founder and CEO of the award-winning charity Hubbub UK, which transforms the way environmental messages are communicated by bringing people and organisations together as a force for good.

Viki Cooke, Founding Partner Britain Thinks

Viki Cooke is a Founding Partner of Britain Thinks. Viki has more than 25 years’ experience providing insight based strategic advice to global and national clients from the private, public and third sectors. She works closely with Chief Executives, Secretaries of State and their management teams to ensure the voice of the people that matter to them is embedded in their thinking.

Roz Bulleid, Deputy Policy Director Green Alliance

Roz Bulleid is interim deputy policy director at Green Alliance, a think tank and charity focused on ambitious leadership for the environment. Green Alliance’s expertise spans a range of issues from nature restoration and effective use of resources to decarbonisation of heating and transport. It published research last year on local clean growth opportunities and is now working with a group of local authorities on their climate emergency declarations.

Miatta Fahnbulleh, Chief Executive New Economics Foundation

Miatta Fahnbulleh is Chief Executive of the New Economics Foundation. She has a wealth of experience in developing and delivering policy to empower communities and change people’s lives. She has been at the forefront of generating new ideas on reshaping our economy inside government and out.