The #GirlsGetOot project has engaged directly with young women seeking their solutions in identifying the barriers to participation, and their suggestions to inspire, in a fun, digital-led way, other young women to get out and enjoy through activity in our many greenspaces. Follow the link for the report (October 2018).
The statement asserts the health, wellbeing and educational benefits of playing and learning outdoors, and commits signatories to help widen access to natural spaces and to enriching urban spaces for children and families to play in.
This short film showcases the importance of Scotland's natural capital and the innovative work to protect and enhance our natural wealth, including how business is exploring sustainable development. This would be an excellent resource to introduce the topic of natural capital to environmental science students.
Since 2015, Young Scot and Scottish Natural Heritage have been working in partnership to create and support a strategic co-design panel of young people called ReRoute. The group of volunteers from across Scotland aged 13-24 years, explored ways of increasing young people’s engagement with Scotland’s biodiversity. Follow the link to…
A range of great resources from Clyde and Avon Valley Landscape Partnership, including how to make and fly a kite, and a dorodango art work from earth, and Growing Up Wild resources. Follow the link for further information including places to visit in the Clyde and Avon Valley.