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Views from 2050Contributions of Nature, Landscape & Biodiversityto a low carbon society
March 2010
 
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Ministerial Foreword
…………………………………………………………………… 4
 Huw Irranca-DaviesMinister for Marine and Natural Environment,Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Introduction
………………………………………………………………………………5
 
Rob Bushby, John Muir Award Manager, John Muir Trust
General
Reducing Carbon Emissions: the View from 2050
…………………………………………. 7David Hume Institute
A view from 2050: A shared vision for the English National Parks
………………………13
 
English National Park Authorities Association
Global Drivers of change to 2060
……………………………………………………………… 15Natural England
Timeline: 2000-2050
……………………………………………………………………………… 16
 
Various
2050 Time Capsule
………………………………………………………………………………. 17Varied contributions
Choosing our Tomorrows
………………………………………………………………………. 22Macaulay Land Use Research Institute
Landscapes & Biodiversity
Vital Uplands: A 2060 vision for England’s upland environment
……………………….. 23Natural England
The natural environment in 2060
……………………………………………………………… 28Natural England
Picturing Upland Futures Joining up thinking on landscape policy
…………………… 30Flora of the Fells
‘Mission Possible? Can we save Cumbria from the impact of climate change?’
……. 36Flora of the Fells
Renewable living – A Polyhome View from 2050
…………………………………………… 40Dr Bob Stewart
Farms and Forests of the Future
……………………………………………………………… 42Marjan van de Weg - PhD Student, University of Edinburgh
A Bryologist’s View from 2050
………………………………………………………………… 44
 
Oliver Moore, BTCV Natural Talent
John Muir Trust
The John Muir Trust: A Trustee perspective from 2050
…………………………………... 47Will Williams
 
A summary of ‘The View from 2050’ Consultation
…………………………………………. 49John Muir Trust Members’ Gathering & AGM 2009
 
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Recreation
A view from the Lodge
………………………………………………………………………….. 51George McEwan, Head of Mountaineering, Glenmore Lodge
2050: The view from a hostel window?
............................................................................ 54Amy Boud, John Muir Award YHA Do It 4 Real Manager
Environmentalism and Climbing: An Uneasy Partnership
……………………………….. 56Es Tresidder
Learning, Values, Art and Media
School’s Out!
...................................................................................................................... 60Juliet Robertson, Creative Star Learning Company
New Media: Navigating white noise
…………………………………………………………... 62Toby Clark, John Muir Award Regional Manager
Reflections on ‘Earth: Art of a changing world’ exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts
64David Buckland, Edith Devaney and Kathleen Soriano, Exhibition Curators
‘What if?’
…………………………………………………………………………………………… 67
 
Lemn Sissay
Reflections on the ‘Creative Climate’ Decade: 2010-2020
………………………………… 68Dr Joe Smith, Senior Lecturer in Environment, Open University,and Director of Creative Climate
‘Where Now ‘Hell and High Water’?’
………………………………………………………….. 71Alastair McIntosh
‘Sell the Sizzle’: The new climate message
…………………………………………………. 76Futerra sustainability communications
My Gran and Me
…………………………………………………………………………………... 82Liesel HarveyCover image:Tomas Saraceno,
Endless Series 
, 2006 (detail)Courtesy of Studio Saraceno, Andersen's Contemporary, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery and pinksummercontemporary art.‘A major concern of Tomas Saraceno’s work is to consider the challenges of the way we live…His
Endless Series 
of photographs, taken in Bolivia at Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flat, develops this notionfurther by depicting a figure in this imagined environment, exploring the possibilities of creating a securefuture in this new home.’ Curators’ Notes, Royal Academy of Arts, Earth: Art of a changing world.The John Muir Award is an educational initiative of the John Muir Trust.Views expressed are not necessarily those of the John Muir Trust.www.johnmuiraward.org info@johnmuiraward.org 0131 554 0114
John Muir Trust: Scottish Charitable Company limited by GuaranteeRegistered Office: Tower House,
 
Station Road,
 
Pitlochry,
 
PH16 5AN, Charity No. SC002061, Company No. SC081620

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