International C&NN Connect

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International C&NN Connect

If you want to meet members from all over the world then this is the group for you! Post news, views and information from any and all countries.

Location: World-wide
Members: 80
Latest Activity: Jun 11, 2014

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C&NN's Tool Kits Now In Spanish, Chinese, and French

Greetings International Friends:I'm excited to share that C&NN's free Nature Club tool kits…Continue

Tags: chinese, spanish, french, international

Started by Tane S. Danger Mar 18, 2014.

Any tips for financially supporting nature education internationally? 2 Replies

Hello! We are a nature education and conservation organization that built ourselves from the extensive resources of the C&NN serving our Chinese community in Guizhou, China. We've had huge…Continue

Started by Katie Scott. Last reply by Katie Scott Jan 25, 2013.

Humane killing and eating of animals in an outdoor session with children

Hello EveryoneI've been asked to locate and source advice and guidance about the humane killing and eating of animals as part of an outdoor session with children and young people. I have been told by…Continue

Started by Juliet Robertson Aug 31, 2012.

Royal Horticultural Society Gardening Research 8 Replies

Hello EveryoneHere's an interesting and detailed piece of research that's just come out in the UK about the impact of gardening in schools. I think it would be relevant to other countries too.…Continue

Tags: gardening, school, RHS

Started by Juliet Robertson. Last reply by Juliet Robertson Jun 8, 2012.

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Comment by Juliet Robertson on June 11, 2014 at 12:31am

Thanks Asante Ali - where are you based? 

Comment by Asante Ali on June 11, 2014 at 12:21am

Greetings of peace and love! Many thanks, for being in place!

Operation: Nature's Children.

What we believe: That all children and youth should have access to Nature because, that connection is fun and healthy for them. Activity and exposure within Nature are important to children's and youth's physical and mental health.

Vision: Returning children and youth back into the nurturing care of Nature.

Mission: To introduce or reintroduce underserved children and youth far removed physically and mentally from Nature's splendor and beauty, with expectations of integrating them into the Natural world.To encourage children and youth, along with their families and communities to adore, love and share within Nature, even in it's humblest form. Assisting children and youth to discover, marvel, play, touch, listen, feel, and establish permanent holistic relationships with Nature.

Nature is waiting for the return of it's Children.

Comment by Tania Moloney on February 26, 2014 at 6:20pm

Thanks for adding me to this wonderful International C&NN Connect group. I look forward to being inspired and hope I can add value and support anyone here in any way I can. 

Comment by Juliet Robertson on December 9, 2013 at 8:05am

Great news - The film, Project Wild Thing, is now available online - it's may be something you would enjoy as it's about rebranding nature to encourage parents and children to spend more time outside http://vimeo.com/ondemand/projectwildthing

Comment by Juliet Robertson on October 9, 2013 at 1:47pm

Thanks Suz - that's a really good article. There's a lot of interesting "green thinking" emerging from Japan at the moment.

Comment by Suz Lipman on October 9, 2013 at 8:37am

This story appeared in the Macau Daily Times in China:

At a University of Macau forum in China, Japanese scholar Hiroshi Abe noted that, when it comes to protecting the environment, educating the younger generation is more important than advanced technology.

http://www.childrenandnature.org/news/detail/japanese_scholar_child...

Comment by Suz Lipman on August 9, 2013 at 7:12am

You're very welcome, Juliet. Glad it's of use. Welcome back!

Comment by Juliet Robertson on August 5, 2013 at 12:03am

Thanks Suz - I was on holiday and missed this!

Comment by Suz Lipman on July 30, 2013 at 12:09pm
Comment by Suz Lipman on July 22, 2013 at 2:24pm

Thought you might be interested in this:

A new ‘Green Health City‘ in China aims to find out if changing the very layout and construction of a city can improve physical and emotional health.

http://www.childrenandnature.org/news/detail/new_chinese_city_goes_...

 

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