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Kate Fielding Jun 23
The awesome trees of Hampstead Heath...you don’t have to leave the city to find natural beauty
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Kings Sustainability 10h
On Saturday are hosting a full day of events including lighting talks, a pop-up picnic and educational city walks!🌳🌃 Read more on agenda & free tickets here:
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Tim Gill Jun 24
This event on Sat should be fun!
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London Wildlife Trust Jun 19
The humble tube mouse - quintessentially London and tiny star of this entry into the Wildlife Photography Competition. You have 5 days to get your entries in - hurry! Docklands
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Barbara Fowlds 31m
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Luke 'Duke' Newcombe Jun 20
Walking past repaving works on my way to work and cannot help but think that they’ve missed an opportunity to install a few open slabs to allow greenery to grow 🌱
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Robert Wilkinson Jun 16
My entries for from a winter's morning in Bushy Park,
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joanna durant Jun 20
Overheard some London teens discussing why, despite really wanting to, they shouldn't set up an all-night party on an island in the canal: "that's where the ducks breed & chill out innit" 💚🦆
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Museum of Walking 44m
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tree_joe 10h
Tree of heaven (Ailanthus altissima) in flower.
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Giles Greenwood Jun 23
My entries into the photography competition. Good luck me!
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Steve Pocock 10h
Simple and effective and return every year. Poppies and interesting grasses protected by the fence and left alone by the mowers and by the sprayers.
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Tom Brake MP 🔶 Jun 16
Londoners can all agree that in the summer our city is like no other place in the world! Celebrate our beautiful parks, gardens, canals & outdoor spaces at Festival from 20–28 July! Check out which events you want to go to:
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Kabir Kaul Jun 20
A brilliant talk by this evening at , on wonderful forest locations, management and individual trees, throughout London. I learnt lots about the capital's vast canopy, which covers twenty percent of London!
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Urban Good 1h
SNEAK PEEK! We are so close to printing our latest map: but we need your support now. 2 DAYS LEFT to become a named backer on the most beautiful map of London’s green spaces yet. Rewards start at £7. 👉
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Urban Good Jun 17
The greatest goal is to be able to send every school and doctor’s waiting room free copies of our map with some lesson ideas too. Children love our maps of green spaces. Can help us reach this goal? 🗺🌳👉
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Steve Pocock Jun 16
The "teenage dip" in nature connectedness is clearly shown in 's work "A framework to inform the item themes... was provided by the pathways to nature connectedness: emotion, beauty, contact, meaning and compassion."
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Antony Butcher Jun 16
Ahhh. The smell of a pine wood (pinus sylvestris) just after the rain.
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Tom Fitton Jun 23
Female grey wagtail perched on a twig in South London
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Glasgow NP City 22h
Time to get booking - supporters event July 27th - meet supporters, visit great sites across the city and start imaging a Sign up now:
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