Scotland’s national youth biodiversity panel, ReRoute has carried out a new survey of young people in Scotland. This has revealed that nearly three quarters (74 per cent) enjoy spending time in nature and that one in nine (87 per cent) agree we need to protect the natural environment. Find out…
Packed with information and updates about Scotland’s wildlife, land management issues, and projects, including ReReoute, the Youth Biodiversity Panel. A great resource for Social Subjects, Biology and Environmental Science teachers/ students or anyone interested in Scotland’s nature. Information on how to subscribe to this online publication is also provided.
This 2015 Young Scot report presents key findings to better understand how young people can be encouraged to make low carbon choices. This may be of interest to those seeking to engage with young people on issues related to the low carbon agenda and increase youth participation.
This 2015 John Muir Award Provider Survey in Scotland assesses the Award impacts on participants, leaders and organisations that use it, and includes feedback on participant attainment and well-being. Follow the link below for a brief summary or to access a full report of the findings.
This Education Scotland document explores what citizen science is, how engaging young people in citizen science can support skills and careers, curriculum areas and STEM approaches, plus citizen science across history and cultures, how to get involved, and useful links.