Greenspace Scotland May 2022 bulletin shares information about Green Health Week which takes place from 14-22 May. Green Health Week is part of NatureScot’s Our Natural Health Service initiative highlighting that everyone, regardless of age, ability or other circumstances, should be able to access Scotland’s fantastic natural environment and in [...]
Aged 16 – 25? Intrigued and fascinated by the natural world? Thinking of pursuing an environmental career but don’t know where to start? The Field Studies Council have announced that their Young Darwin Scholarship is returning for its 10th year! Offering a five-day experience immersed in the outdoors plus ongoing [...]
This interesting article in The Conversation (April 11, 2022) shares the opportunities provided by using poetry to engage a wider audience with science. This includes new ways to discuss environmental change and the climate crisis.
The Field Studies Council have recently released an online careers workshop series that is ideal for anyone looking to get into the environmental sector or progress their career, or browse FCS Experiences for Young People across the UK.
Dr David McCollum and Dr Hebe Nicholson from the School of Geography and Sustainable Development, University of St Andrews are carrying out research into the environmental perspectives of students at UK universities. Full-time students enrolled at any UK university are invited to complete this survey.
Eco-Schools Scotland are developing an exciting new CPD training for educators in Early Years and Primary Schools. Keep an eye on the website and your inbox for information on how to register early in 2022.