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Be the face of Our Bright Future
Ask 1: more time spent learning in and about nature
Ask 2: support to get into environmental jobs
Ask 3: policy makers, employers, businesses, schools and charities to pay more attention to the needs of young people and the environment
Raising an issue or complaint
Each quarter we publish Our Bright Future programme highlights. Here are the latest ones:
With support from
Randalstown Young Farmers’ Club have received a Green Flag Eco Club Award from Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful!
Falkland Stewardship Trust
have been working with young employees to develop their skills. Young people got involved in creating two natural wedding arches for use throughout the estate.
Belfast Hills Partnership
offered a range of outdoor learning experiences so young people were able to engage with nature helping with both mental and physical health.
Hill Holt Wood
appeared on BBC radio Lincolnshire to discuss the importance of natural buildings and sustainability in their community.
Youth in Nature
worked with 44 young people with additional needs who all received the RHS award for their work creating two outdoor learning areas.
Avon Wildlife Trust
ran wild skills sessions with schools and colleges “
Each task taught them practical knowledge of conservation and gave an insight into the career as a conservationist
project held a celebration event. It was inspiring to hear about how the project has made a positive impact on many young people!
National Trust’s Green Academies
Project helped more than 100 young people to gain qualifications in subjects including conservation and land management.
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