An Ecologist blog

Here is a posting from the Ecologist blog by Keith Barnham who writes about a journey across the USA and all the interesting green issues he came across. The picture shows new ‘solar leaves’ that will be able to produce ethanol directly from sunlight – the perfect liquid fuel for automotive use – with just enough methanol…

Project Dirt next week

Here’s what the Dirters are up to next week: Saturday 1st October Blue Patch Pops-Up with the UK’s First Sustainable Department Store – Southwark, London (10am – 11am) Spoon carving – Petersfield, Hampshire (10am – 3pm) Apple & Chilli Festival – Cornwall (11am – 2pm)   Sunday 2nd October Apple Day Brighton – Brighton, East…

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Natural England Update

Here are some reports from Natural England’s latest round-up. The impact of greenery on physical activity and mental health of adolescent and adult residents of deprived neighborhoods: a longitudinal study Jessica S. Gubbels et al. Health & Place, Volume 40 The aim of the study is to assess the impact of perceived and objective changes…

Some LoTC Discounts

The Council for Learning Outside the Classroom (CLOtC) has been working closely with LOtC Quality Badge holders and partners to improve and expand the range of discounts on LOtC visits, activities and resources which we offer members of CLOtC.  Here are the latest offers.  These include: 4th Dimension Ltd Concept Training Craggan Outdoors Creepy Valley Adventure Centre Field Studies…

Jellicoe 2016

Jellicoe 2016: From Capability Brown to the Incredible Edible Network – new ways of engaging communities with landscape is the title of a lecture which honours Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe (1900 – 1996) who was an architect, town planner, landscape architect, garden designer, lecturer and author.  In 1929 he was a founding member of the Landscape Institute and…

Communicate 2016: Swapping Spectacles

Communicate is the UK’s environmental communications conference, which is returning to Bristol in 2016.  Those attending will all be asked to “walk a mile in someone else’ shoes and challenge ourselves to look at the world from another perspective.” It’s taking take place at Bristol Zoo Gardens on November 2nd and 3rd.   The organisers say: “We each see…