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Wild in the City
Wellbeing through relationship with nature in London and beyond. Bushcraft, Natural History, Ecotherapy. People of Colour in Nature - Nature & Health.
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Hey , we love trees too. Would you do us the honour of joining us by the oak tree to chill and talk about love of nature at the Wild in the City Festival? Looking forward to seeing Tree in August🌳
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Wild in the City Jun 24
Have you heard about London's first celebrating people of colour in nature? We're excited to be hosting it! Join us for 3 days of community, camping and nature. 16th - 18th of August. Tickets and details on our website
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Wild in the City Jun 24
Luscious and green, enjoying the countryside yesterday. Join us this summer:
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Survival International Jun 23
"It is because of our tradition of respecting and worshipping nature that the forest has survived." India wants to evict vast numbers of people from forests they nurture & depend on. Many of these forests will be destroyed if their people are removed.
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Urban Good Jun 22
Only 5 days left... help us if you can: pre-order your copy of the map and help us cover the cost to print them. Bigger rewards allow us to get more free maps into local schools: which is a huge part of why we do what we do!
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Jasmine Kamal-Pasha Jun 22
Come along to next Sat 29th! We'll be talking all things 🌳 😀 and 🦊 - And I'll be asking: What if we understood the value of all urban wildlife? See you there! 🦡🐀🐇🦉🦆🐿️🦇🦎🐞🐌🦋🐛🐝
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Wild in the City Jun 22
We're looking for a PA/Project Coordinator, ad hoc hours, supporting a small but busy team
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National Park City Foundation Jun 21
Happy Birthday to us. Yes, Midsummers Day (summer Soltice) marks our 2nd year as the charity working to help cities around the world be , starting with which becomes the world’s first in 1 month’s time.
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Urban Good Jun 19
is getting a new map of its beautiful and spaces. Find out more and order one of the first copies off the press 👉
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Daniel Raven-Ellison Jun 22
I'm so excited for the launch of the London National Park City next month. It gives me hope. Here are some ways you can get involved:
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London National Park City* Jun 15
Fast-paced, FREE, inspiring, thought-provoking, short talks from over 20 activists, adventurers, artists, authors, photographers, growers, and more. Let’s dream the possible as we explore the power of asking “What If…?” in partnership with .
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Daniel Raven-Ellison Jun 19
Very pleased to back this. Know someone who lives in ? Treat them to one of these beauties...
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Friends of the Earth 🌍 Jun 15
Think your house is crowded? Try being home to over 280 species! That’s how many different types of insects a mature oak tree can support. For biodiversity, as well as for the climate, trees are amazing. And we need more of them.
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Daniel Raven-Ellison Jun 14
"For each £1 spent by local authorities and their partners on public green space, Londoners enjoy at least £27 in value." speaking to visitors from Virginia to .
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Survival International Jun 12
The Baka have faced some serious horrors in the name of conservation, so it’s good to see some smiles – but this is no laughing matter. Urge WWF to stop supporting land grabs and the persecution of local people:
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Wild in the City Jun 12
: UK accused of 'silently eroding' EU rules in Brexit laws, with removal of a blanket ban on hormone-disrupting chemicals
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BBC News Africa Jun 8
This school in Lagos allows parents to pay for their children’s fees with plastic bottles. The group behind the groundbreaking initiative hope to impact the lives of 10,000 children through their work.
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Survival International Jun 8
"I cried, I begged, but they wouldn't listen. They gave me electric shocks... In my joints... In my private parts."
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Wild in the City Jun 8
Wild in the City Festival, celebrating people of colour in nature, 16th-18th August, 3 day 2 night camp in Croydon woodland. Tickets now available!
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BC Jun 7
A superb concept advert extolling the virtues of , made for Gothenburg, Sweden by Swedish-based advertising agency
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