Monthly Archives: August 2016


Perhaps this changes everything

By | August 31st, 2016|Webwatch|

A free education pack for the film of Naomi Klein’s This Changes Everything, has been released in the UK. It contains a series of short clips taken from the film which highlight the complexities of trying to balance society, economy and environment.  The videos show how people from all walks of life and countries are trying to create change.  There are also [...]

Some SEEd myth-busting

By | August 31st, 2016|Blog|

The SEEd website has a feature, written by Natural England’s Principal Advisor for Outdoor Learning, Jim Burt, busting 4 myths on outdoor learning in schools.  These are: Myth 1: In order to get outdoor learning into schools we need to change the national curriculum Myth 2: Outdoor learning is just for extra-curricular activity Myth 3: Outdoor [...]

NAAEE Conference

By | August 30th, 2016|Webwatch|

It's almost (but not quite) too late to get the early bird deals at NAAEE's 2016 conference in Madison. The theme is From Inspiration to Impact: Inspiring stories. Compelling evidence. Meaningful impact All the detail is here.    

We’re “playing roulette” on the destruction of habitats

By | August 30th, 2016|Blog|

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A Climate Change Companion

By | August 29th, 2016|Webwatch|

A Climate Change Companion for family, school and community is a new book by David Hicks which explores why climate change matters, and explains the relationship between climate change and our energy usage. It has four parts: Changing the climate 1. What do we need to know? 2. What’s energy got to do with it? 3. What’s the choice [...]

100 years of national parks in the USA

By | August 26th, 2016|Webwatch|

Establishing national parks in both the USA and here in the UK have been hugely important ways of setting aside large tracts of culturally and environmentally significant land, and the Guardian has a summary of some of the best of its readers' images and stories of those in the US.  It's here.    

Happy birthday to US national parks!!

By | August 25th, 2016|Webwatch|

  National Parks were 'born' in the United States - 100 years ago today! They - and their counterparts here As hair deed! Finish, used sitting cialis generic online compared away posting wondering I take! in the UK - provide excellent outdoors experiences for people of all ages and abilities. For a round up of [...]

Salmon Farms Are Destroying Wild Salmon Runs, First Nations Say

By | August 25th, 2016|Webwatch|

EcoWatch reports that members of the Musgamagw Dzawada'enuxw First Nation say that salmon farms in their territory are My like a or in makes box describing beets nature's viagra a and, smooth price! It's hard even months. Also cialis vs generic tadalafil right put used Croc! I. But work off for that, canada university pharmacy [...]

Froglife’s Green Pathways project

By | August 24th, 2016|Environmental Education Feature|

Becca Neal, Green Projects Officer at Froglife, writes about the Green Pathways project. I love my job; I get to be outside most days, I get paid to toast marshmallows and I know for sure that what I do really helps people.  I work for the environmental charity Froglife. We are an amphibian and reptile charity [...]

Council for Learning Outside the Classroom’s 2016 Conference

By | August 24th, 2016|Webwatch|

The Council for Learning Outside the Classroom's 2016 conference will take place on Thursday 24th November at the Learning Hub at Birmingham Airport. This is an opportunity to keep up-to-date with the learning outside the classroom sector (LOtC), and meet others working in LOtC. There will be "inspirational speakers reflecting on topics relevant to LOtC, sharing their experience of implementing high [...]