Edition: Oceans by Joe Wilkins At time of writing, many people around the country are heading to the coast. Why do we flock to the coast? Is it the open space? The cooling sea breeze? The sounds? I guess everybody has their own reasons for wanting to be beside the sea (we’d love to hearContinue reading “A little Bird Told Me…#4 :”
(Also known as Tursiops truncatus) By Claudia Villacian Casado Natural Kingdom: Wild Walls are a series of wildlife and nature murals in cities and towns across the UK. These murals represent our collective concern about the loss of wildlife and climate change in the UK, and internationally. Working with communities, young people, partners, and artistsContinue reading “Common Bottlenose Dolphin – Natural Kingdom: Wild Walls”
By Monica Kaur Bhatia and Bred Beckett Natural Kingdom: Wild Walls are a series of wildlife and nature murals in cities and towns across the UK. These murals represent our collective concern about the loss of wildlife and climate change in the UK, and internationally. Working with communities, young people, partners, and artists up andContinue reading “Northern Dune Tiger Beetles – Natural Kingdom: Wild Walls”
By Joe Wilkins Just as most* rivers eventually flow into the sea, UK Youth for Nature’s Freshwater Campaign is flowing into our Ocean Campaign. Kicking off today (8th May 2021), our campaign will focus on critical areas of focus for UK politicians such as our coasts, territorial waters, and the High Seas (those beyond nationalContinue reading “UKY4N Ocean Campaign”
There is no reason why every city can’t have open spaces where residents can experience nature and all its benefits.
We, the youth of today are fed up with the status quo, we’re dissapointed in the UK government for failing us on almost every part of the ambitious targets set for 2020 that were aimed at tackling climate change and saving biodiversity. We’re failing as a nation, as a global leader and as a visionaryContinue reading “Change.org post #LIVE NOW !!! #NatureNearby”
A guest blog by Dr Sarah Bell, University of Exeter. “I think nature has become more important to me in some ways, now that I find it harder to get to it… because it’s unnecessary that it’s harder to get to, so it feels like an unnecessary separation” This is a pertinent quote from oneContinue reading “Nature Nearby: Moving beyond nature ‘access’”