Shared Learning

The Natural History Consortium is a unique partnership working in areas of media, conservation, policy and research to engage people with the natural world.

As part of our work we ingrain research and evaluation within our programmes to help inform our own work and provide resources to share our learning with the sector. We undertake a programme of collaborative, multidisciplinary research projects exploring people’s engagement with the natural world and are available to participate in partnership projects – please get in touch.

In this section you can explore some of our current live research and look back at past findings.

Beyond COP26 The Conversations

Beyond COP26 The Conversations

What will we learn from COP26, and how will the UK’s environmental communication community translate international declarations into local action, and national programmes? On January 19th the Communicate conference brought together communication professionals from across the country for a series of roundtable conversations on 6 key topics. This document captures some of the main questions, themes and provocations discussed

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Guide to Running a BioBlitz

Guide to Running a BioBlitz

A BioBlitzers best friend, this guide covers all of the basics for running a BioBlitz event from initial planning to advice for on the day; all illustrated with case studies from BioBlitzes across the UK. You can find additional supplementary materials right here on this website.

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