Students take mental and physical well-being into their own hands by investigating the effects of nature
The Institute for Research in Schools (IRIS), which is supported by Wellcome, has launched Well World, a new project that enables students to explore the links between their environment and their mental and physical well-being. The students involved are currently studying geography, biology, environmental…
By Andrew Shaw
A new poll has found that 80% of people living in British cities feel they’re growing apart from Mother Earth.
Around 2,500 people took part in the survey, conducted by YouGov on behalf of The Wildlife Trusts.
Almost nine out of ten (89%) asked said that nature was important to them, and more than three-quarters (78%) of them…
Do Something great for nature with BBC Springwatch.
The BBC Springwatch Do Something Great campaign is aiming to get as many people as possible volunteering and helping nature and wildlife this spring. From litter picking and beach cleans to planting trees and restoring reed beds, there’s something for everyone.
The initiative is supported by a host of organisations including RHS…
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