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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:
“My favourite part was the identification skills day. It was great to learn about identifying birds and mammals and then going out and giving it a go.”
Magda, aged 21
One Planet Pioneers
project have been busy with 30.55 hectares of natural habitat and green space in the Tees Valley being improved!
had a great online meeting with Peter Weir the Minister of Education to discuss their passion for learning in and about nature.
A third young person has progressed from placement to employment at
, showing the value of volunteering!
Lancashire Wildlife Trust
Youth Council is making young peoples’ voices heard by senior management and Trustees
The Impact Arts garden has been transformed by the
Creative Pathways Environmental Design
team so that it can now be enjoyed by the local community
Find out more.
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