Shire horses, bunting and a derelict car park; how the Urban Rangers are making London a little wilder

Catherine, the Our Bright Future Youth Forum member from the National Trust Green Academies Project, updates on the Urban Rangers activities. Urban Rangers is a group for 14-20 year olds that meet twice a week at the National Trust’s Morden Hall Park. They learn practical conservation skills and gain accredited courses. It is part of […]

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Celebrating the success of vInspired’s Eco-Talent volunteers

vInspired’s Eco Talent is a six month volunteering programme for 16 to 24 year olds, which gives them the opportunity to develop real world skills and experiences so they can succeed in the environmental sector. Project Coordinator Jenna Hannon, tells us about  the graduation of cohort three.  The project is delivered in partnership with Barking […]

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What’s your bold move?

Roberta Antonaci, Policy and Campaigns Manager for Our Bright Future, tells us about her experience at TEDxTeen. On the 24 June, TEDxTeen took place at O2 Arena in South-East London. TED is a non-profit organisation devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks. Independently run TEDx events take place in more […]

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The Environment Now: young people using technology to save our planet

Lily Freeston shares the progress of The Environment Now as Heather Wildsmith and Lydia Allen deliver Thinkspriation events around the country this week. The Environment Now is an exciting programme that funds 17-24 year olds to bring their ideas around energy efficiency, waste reduction and recycling, to life. It’s funded by O2 and the Big […]

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