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Join the People's Walk for Wildlife

Tony Juniper
| 21st September 2018
Tomorrow (Saturday) thousands of people will go to Hyde Park to join The People’s Walk for Wildlife to demonstrate support for action to reverse the collapse in nature going on all around us. TONY JUNIPER reports

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How to be a good forager

Kate Blincoe
| 3rd August 2018
Gathering food from the wild is good for your mind and your taste buds, writes KATE BLINCOE, but always make sure you know what you're picking and you leave enough for other creatures

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Spending time alone in nature is good for your mental and emotional health

Brad Daniel
Andrew Bobilya
Ken Kalisch
| 2nd July 2018
Many of us have forgotten how it feels to be truly alone, with jobs, families and now the endless stream of digital information all vying for our attention. But taking time out with just nature for company can provide a myriad of physical, emotional and mental benefits, write BRAD DANIEL, ANDREW BOBILYA and KEN KALISCH

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What is wrong with a system of laissez-faire economics?

Robert Biel
| 11th April 2018
Adam Smith, the author of The Wealth of Nations, is sometimes credited as the first political economist and many of his followers today advocate free market, laissez-faire, policy. Here Dr ROBERT BIEL argues that Smith was also an early systems theorist - but also sets out why Smith's theory and the system he described are a threat to our ecology

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A group of children walking towards large trees

Children must have a right to nature

Natalie Bennett
| 6th March 2018
Blackberrying and tweeting. These words used to evoke strong memories and feelings of nature. Now, they are about technology, old and new. NATALIE BENNET argues access to nature should be a human right for our children, so our connections with the environment are not lost

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A house made of wood

How I discovered that woodlands, storytelling and connection will support resilience in our challenging times

Brendan Montague
| 8th January 2018
Resilience is something of a buzzword - a necessary one in times of austerity and increased anxiety about work. BRENDAN MONTAGUE had read the literature about how being in nature, telling stories and connecting with people all increase resilience. And then he experienced it first hand when he attended a weekend workshop at Hazel Hill Woods in Salisbury. This is his story.

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Your chance to whale-watch in Scotland!

Brendan Montague
| 18th July 2017
For over 40 years, Sea Watch Foundation scientists as well as volunteer observers all around the UK’s coast have been reporting on whales, dolphins and porpoises –collectively known as cetaceans – to inform Sea Watch’s huge database of records.

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Leading from Nature: Politics and Biomimicry

Elizabeth Wainwright
Nature Editor
| 13th June 2017
As Theresa May and her Ministers struggle to make a pact with the DUP, Ecologist Nature Editor, ELIZABETH WAINWRIGHT says we could all do worse than model both leadership and politics on Nature and work together to improve partnership and community, as well as innovation

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Force of Nature

Gary Cook
| 17th March 2017
The curator of the new Force of Nature exhibition in London's Art Pavilion tells our Arts Editor, GARY COOK, that from the beginning of human history, and in every culture, nature has played a vital role in creative expression

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Manifesto for the Green Mind

Jules Pretty
| 3rd March 2017
Jules Pretty sets out a plan to engage people with Nature and create more sustainable and enjoyable living for everyone. The first call to action is: “Every child outdoors every day”.

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Rewilding Spirituality

Kara Moses
| 21st February 2017

Efforts to address the planetary crisis must include a contemporary spiritual ecology to cultivate the deep humility and fierce resolve required to live sustainably and create a new story about the place of humanity in a post-capitalist world, writes KARA MOSES

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