Interview with Gwyn Williams

Published on April 27, 2017 in 2017 Forum Reports, Video

After his presentation at the event, Gwyn Williams, Head of Conservation Investment with the RSPB was interviewed by Mark Robins of RSPB South West about how in his talk he spoke about how nature is in trouble and the links between climate change pressure and impacts that are now appearing with examples of fish and birds. He also shared about how NGOs have partnered together to create the with a vision for the Severn Estuary that is restored as a healthy functioning ecosystem, valued for its internationally important wildlife, habitats and landscapes; Provides more benefits for people, local communities, places, and economies, including greater resilience to climate change; Becomes a natural powerhouse, where development is planned and managed in a way that sustains and enhances the estuary’s resources.
Gwyn in the video interview also shared about the learning from the history of working with offshore wind since 2001.