Beavers could be a step closer to returning to the Cairngorms National Park after an absence of 400 years, with the Cairngorms National Park Authority about to submit a licence application to allow for their release in the Park. Read more here.
The Knowledge Exchange has shared this research report which presents the findings of research that sought to explore how young Londoners (16–25) perceive, access, and use green spaces for their mental health and wellbeing. It presents the findings of a literature review and the London context. The findings of the [...]
The Outdoor Recreation Network has shared the latest data from Ordnance Survey (OS) showing the percentage of Britain’s cities devoted to green spaces to encourage residents to go out and enjoy them. OS revealed a 2023 ranking list for every community granted city status in England, Scotland and Wales, showing [...]
The Knowledge Exchange has shared the Make Space for Girls report. This provides an overview of existing evidence on teenage girls' access to and use of parks. The report highlights the work of the Make Space for Girls project which campaigns to ensure that parks and open spaces are designed [...]
Be inspired by stories of sustainability from across Scotland – and beyond – by visiting Learning for Sustainability Scotland’s Stories sharing platform. LfSS invite all members to add their own stories (all stories are read and moderated before becoming ‘live’.) Why don’t you add your story to those from other schools?
The Field Studies Council provide an update on their Young Darwin Scholarship programme 2023. They have welcomed 80 brilliant Young Darwin Scholars across five locations this summer to immerse themselves into learning about nature. From London to coastal Scotland, each group have had a rich and varied experience!