Another year has sped by, and we can’t believe we’re at the end of 2018 already. We wanted to say a HUGE thank you to all our partners, exhibitors, volunteers, participants and everyone else for making the very most of all of the Natural History Consortium programmes.
Why we asked a magician to speak at our environmental communication conference
Conference, workshop, symposium, webinar or conference call? Bringing together professionals from different sectors and organisations is a huge undertaking of logistics, curation and partnership for any organisation.
The Art of the Possible: How an offhand remark became our conference theme for Communicate 2018.
Navigating change, avoiding burnout, thinking creatively, building partnerships, drawing on evidence and never losing sight of the need to connect people and the natural world: the role of environmental communicators has never been more important, or more complex.
Engaging Environments Symposium
How can we better support public engagement with environmental science? How can we make environmental research more relevant to society? How can we encourage and support communities, publics, and researchers to get involved?
5 Top reasons to come to Communicate
Communicate is the UK’s annual conference for environmental communicators, a massively diverse community of professionals working across multiple sectors to share, inspire and engage people with environmental issues.
Photographers show off their skills at FON 2018
Jennie French shares the finalists and winners of the Capturing Nature Photography Competition
Great Flood Commemorations in the Chew Valley (Remembering the Past, Preparing for the Future)
Throughout 2018, West of England Rural Network (WERN) is supporting communities along the Chew Valley and Keynsham in commemorative activities in this 50th year since the Great Flood of 10 & 11 July 1968. WERN is also supporting these communities towards better flood resilience going forward.
That’s All Folks!
What an amazing week! The Festival of Nature celebrated 15 years of engaging people with the natural world last week with nearly 20,000 people joining the fun! Following on from City Nature Challenge back at the end of April, the Festival kicked off at Green Park in Bath on June 2nd. The sun shone down...
Registrations begin for the 2018 Bristol Avon WaterBlitz, a campaign to collect as many water quality samples as possible in a week from across the Bristol Avon Catchment - find out how to get involved!
Avon Wildlife Trust
Bath & North East Somerset Council
BBC Natural History Unit
Bristol City Council
Bristol Zoo Gardens
University of Bath
University of Bristol
University of the West of England
Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust
The Natural History Consortium is a charitable collaboration between these member organisations.
Engaging people with the natural world through collaborative action. Reg Charity 1123432