By Monica Bhatia Some people may question, “What’s so special about a park?”. Even though the idea of stretches of green grass and stoney paths may be seen as boring to some, these places are the ones we can always rely on; they are always free, often accessible, and have been one of the safestContinue reading “The Power of parks”
Compiled by Danielle Shaw Today, people from around the globe are coming together to celebrate International Women’s Day. It brings an opportunity to celebrate women’s achievements and marks a call to action for accelerating gender equality. UK Youth for Nature would like to take this opportunity to amplify the voices of some of the conservationistsContinue reading “International Women’s Day 2021”
As renowned naturalist Sir David Attenborough says, “What wild creature is more accessible to our eyes and ears, as close to us and everyone in the world, as universal as a bird?”
By Monica K Bhatia We as humans can often get so caught up in our hectic urban lives, spending all day seeing only other people. It can be easy then, to forget that we cohabit our spaces with many other species. Can you guess how many we share the UK with? 70,000. That is 70,000Continue reading “Why we must protect our vanishing species”
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