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We're hiring! Are you a gifted Operations Manager? Responsible for day to day management of Wild in the City Looking for an amazing organiser to support our sustainable growth, building community for Black
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Black Geographers Oct 19
This week's Black Geographers newsletter is out! featuring Flock Together, , & more! Don’t forget to subscribe for weekly updates 👇🏾
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Wild in the City Oct 13
Enjoy fresh air and great company on a through the National Nature Reserve, Thursday 15th Oct Booking
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Drew Bennellick Oct 13
The inspiration continues at Now on to seven essays on the future of parks including de-traumatising the city
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Students Organising for Sustainability🌍 Oct 13
Beth Collier is a nature-based psychotherapist and anthropologist. She runs and has pioneered research into black and Asian people's relationship with nature, and works to provide opportunities for leadership in nature for these communities.
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Future Parks Accelerator Oct 13
At the event we are all listening into a fascinating and optimistic talk by Beth Collier ( ) about "de-traumatising the city" to make a whole habitat which can bring health benefits to residents.
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The Village Hub Oct 13
This was concise and,brilliant from reporting on the clear links between stress and anxiety and city living and how our green spaces can offset and help us reset and restore.
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Elizabeth Lynch MBE Oct 13
urges us to rethink the city and green spaces 'places where we live rather than survive', 'equitable access and health'
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Camilla Bertoncin Oct 12
Replying to @WildintheCity1
Beth Collier from highlights the psychological effects of urban settings and what can be done to mitigate those in her essay “De-traumatising the city”.
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Ecological Justice at York St John Oct 8
Day 7: Beth Collier, psychotherapist and outdoor educator who presents the amazing podcast and directs which supports people of colour to take a lead in nature and conservation.
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Bright Green Future Oct 7
For her BGF work enquiry with , Amelie wanted to explore how connections to the natural environment were altered by the experience of lockdown.🌳 She surveyed her friends and family and then picked three of her favourite individual responses to turn into these...
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Wild in the City Oct 7
Replying to @BrightGrnFuture
Amelie, these are fantastic! Beautiful pictures, well done on an amazing research project👏🌱🌸
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Wild in the City Sep 30
Enjoy , listen in to conversations with black environmental practitioners🌱🦒
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Lynette is typing... Sep 25
Awesome podcast! It highlights eco therapy & physical benefits of a connection to nature. "... in our countries of heritage, whether that's Africa or the Caribbean, we tend to have a really deep connection with the natural world & it's being lost on our migration to the west."
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Angelica Patterson Sep 16
Curious about what my research is about at ? Check out the September issue of the Forestry Source by . A huge thank you goes to for writing this feature article!
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Therapy for Black Girls Sep 13
In this week’s podcast, Beth Collier introduced us to the idea of finding a sit spot to connect with nature. 🎧
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Dr. Jennifer D. Roberts Sep 11
Thank you for featuring my podcast interview with along with Beth Collier of on the benefits of being more connected to nature. Check it out at
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Wild in the City Sep 9
Replying to @WildintheCity1
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Wild in the City Sep 9
Thank you Jennifer, loved learning from you, looking forward to connecting too!
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Wild in the City Sep 9
Our Director Beth Collier had the pleasure of speaking to for pod, about Nature Allied & importance of for well-being & as antidote to city life. Listen in to hear discussing
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