In December 2010, the United Nations General Assembly declared 2013 as the United Nations International Year of Water Cooperation (Resolution A/RES/65/154).
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Thanks to the vision and benevolence of the late Hugh Kenrick, who had a great passion for birds and wildlife, Birmingham schools are being offered financial support to take their pupils to outdoor centres for hands-on learning opportunities in the natural environment.
The Government must put the environment at the heart of decision-making if it is to have any hope of meeting its target to be the greenest ever.
Cumbria Development Education Centre is a registered charity that inspires young people and their teachers to engage with the environment , take responsibility – individually and together – for the world in which they live, and contribute towards a fair and sustainable world.
This is a Summary of the full report (available at www.londonsdc.org/), commissioned by the London Sustainable Development Commission to explore how children in London can be reconnected with nature, and the benefits that may be experienced as a result. The report focuses on children under the age of 12 and on nature that has the potential to be experienced as part of children’s everyday lives (rather than in one-off residential trips or adventure activities). Download the summary PDF.