Monthly Archives: June 2015

Five Themes for Going Wild in Nature.

This short blog recycles the opening of my guest blog for The Wildlife Trusts’ 30 Days Wild campaign, just so I can add a few more ideas for going wild in June, and beyond! A prosperous future depends on nature. … Continue reading

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Reflecting on our nature: How mindfulness and self-reflection predict connection to nature.

As part of my work to find ways to improve our connection to nature, I do research into understanding what individual differences make us connected. The results of three of these studies have just been published in the journal Ecopsychology. As … Continue reading

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