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NAEE and NAAEE coming together

By |May 27th, 2016|

The North American Association for Environmental Education has published a blog by NAEE President, Bill Scott, which looks forward to the meeting of the Global Environmental Education Partnership steering committee in Bristol next week.  It […]

Blog of the Week

By |May 25th, 2016|

This is Alex White’s blog.  It’s a diary about local wildlife in Oxfordshire.  Alex has a passion for British wildlife, especially badgers and hares, and has been blogging since May 2013.  This recent post is about badgers.

So what, you […]

Glyphosate update

By |May 23rd, 2016|

Are you puzzled about what to teach about glyphosate – the world’s widest-used weedkiller?  If so, then a piece on the BBC’s Gardeners Question Time  last week might leave you better informed.  It began about 15 […]

Making Birmingham Greener & Healthier Awards 2016

By |May 20th, 2016|

To introduce the new Best Naturally Green (Biophilic) Scheme category, the Making Birmingham Greener & Healthier Awards were launched at the Small Heath EcoPark earlier this month.

This new category is open to applications from people […]

The problem with (engaging with) nature …

By |May 18th, 2016|

A recent SEEd blog had a posting about the difficulties now inherent in the word nature, exploring a paper by Hannah Pitt, Research Associate at Cardiff’s Sustainable Places Research Institute.

You can see Pitt’s article in The Conversation, […]

Were you screen-free?

By |May 16th, 2016|

Although we missed screen-free week – too busy keeping the website up to date and all that – there’s no reason to despair, as part of every week could be screen-free if you try hard enough. […]

Should we welcome nature’s migrants?

By |May 13th, 2016|

Yesterday’s post by NAEE President, Bill Scott, in his blog set out the article he wrote for NAEE’s latest journal, Environmental Education Vol 111.  The title was:
Do we need to learn to be more welcoming of nature’s […]

Urban schools and outdoor learning

By |May 11th, 2016|

The Guardian recently had a feature on urban schools and outdoor learning.  It  began …

“Outdoor learning isn’t just the preserve of rural schools. These simple ideas will help you incorporate outdoor learning in a concrete jungle. […]

Getting Connected to Nature

By |May 9th, 2016|

Getting Connected to Nature is the theme of the 2016 Nature Connections conference in Derby next month.  You’ll find the draft programme here.

The core themes of the conference are improving links between research, policy and […]