Guest blogs on Wildlife watch

Here are a few recent guest blogs on the Wildlife Watch site: Hear from our Wildlife Watchers Hear inspirational stories, advice and ‘wild’ ideas from our teenage and young supporters. They share how they spend their wild time, the conservation issues that they are passionate about and tonnes of ways that you can get in…

The days of March

Did you know that … March 1 to 11 is Fair-trade Fortnight March 3 is World Wildlife Day March 5 to 9 is Waste Week March 9 to 18 is British Science Week March 14 is the International Day of Action for Rivers March 19 to 23 is Grandparent Gardening Week March 21 is the…

More about that Doughnut

Last week we covered Ronald Rovers’ (broadly positive) views on Kate Raworth’s doughnut model of the human-biosphere connection. This is a link to what, Bill Scott (NAEE’s Chair of Trustees) wrote back in 2013 about the idea when it first emerged c/o Oxfam’s Discussion Paper, A Safe and Just Space for Humanity.   This is what Oxfam…

Natural England Round up

Click here to read another round up from Natural England of evidence and reports, policy agenda developments, large scale delivery sector initiatives, resources and news items. This supports the Strategic Research Groups for Learning in Natural Environments and Outdoors for All to develop better coherence and collaboration in research and to improve links between research,…

Ronald Rovers on the doughnut

We have written a number of articles on Kate Raworth’s ideas about the doughnut.  For example: January 2018  Doughnut Economics May 2017  The false laws of physics May 2015  A Safe and Just Space for Humanity Now Ronald Rovers – whose blog is an occasional feature here – has written about the hole in the…

Natural England latest

Click here to read a round up  from Natural England of evidence and reports, policy agenda developments, large scale delivery sector initiatives, resources and news items. This supports the Strategic Research Groups for Learning in Natural Environments and Outdoors for All to develop better coherence and collaboration in research and to improve links between research, policy…

Finding Nature

In a recent Nature Connections blog post, Miles Richardson examines recent research into whether it’s nature knowledge or nature connections that are most likely to lead to pro-environment behaviours. This begins: “A fundamental component of environmental education, and a traditional aspect of nature engagement is environmental knowledge. Knowledge of nature is seen as being indispensable to…

More on the 25 Year Environment Plan

The government launched its 25 Year Environment Plan last week, and we heard the views of NAEE’s President, Prof Justin Dillon about it on Tuesday.  Today, we hear from NAEE Trustee Dr Morgan Phillips.  What follows is a shortened version of what appears on Morgan’s website. Last week, DEFRA launched their long-awaited environment plan: ‘A Green Future:…