Show and Tell Nature – exciting new public engagement training for UWE students

Tired of live stream talks? Hoping for more imaginative online engagement events? We are too! That’s why the Natural History Consortium (NHC) is partnering with UWE to co-create a series of exciting, innovative hybrid events for the Festival of Nature,

Resources from Changing Minds: City Nature Challenge UK

On Friday 29th January 100 City Nature Challenge organisers and biological recorders from across the UK joined together to discuss how the UK might link up to make the most out of City Nature Challenge in 2021.

THANK YOU!

A huge thank you to our amazing partners, volunteers, delegates, supporters and everyone that took part in our programmes in 2020! Here’s what happened in 2020.

Changing Minds 2021: City Nature Challenge UK

Find out about our free, half-day online conference following up from the popular “City Nature Challenge” session at Communicate 2020.

Bringing research to life on Instagram

From penguins to plastics and crocodiles to camera traps our team of researchers and Instagrammers came together to create a wealth of exciting, engaging content showcase over the days surround European Researchers Night

Communicate 2020 Resources – Weblinks

Download the weblinks shared by speakers and delegates in the conference chat function.

We need your help to mystery shop your local park!

We are looking for volunteers to visit 1 or 2 Bristol parks in October and share their experiences, through a ‘mystery shopper’ survey. Find out how you can get involved!

Communicate 2020: Meet the contributor – George Cook

Ahead of Communicate 2020 our amazing volunteer writer Tom Bell is meeting with the speakers and contributors at this year's conference to find out more about their work.

Communicate 2020: Meet the speaker – Ian Rowlands, Incredible Oceans

Ahead of Communicate 2020 our amazing volunteer writer Tom Bell is meeting with the speakers at this year's conference to find out more about their work.

Recommended Reading

For this week’s blog we would like to share with you some recommended reading created by some of the speakers at Communicate – including articles, books and toolkits.