Nature & gardening
International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer – celebrating 35 years of ozone layer protection
Back in 1985, the world’s governments came together and collectively adopted the Vienna Convention for the protection of the Ozone Layer. 35 years on, we look at what the ozone layer is, why it’s so important, and what has been done to protect it over the years.
In the previous article, we looked at what friluftsliv is and why we need it – and I believe we
need it more so than ever. Now, you might have read the previous article and wondered why I didn’t go into details
about what activities comprises friluftsliv. That is entirely by design, because I believe that it
is not as important what you do, but how you do it. Read on, for the all-important “how”.
Over the past few years, a group of Scandinavian words has escaped the region’s borders and made themselves known to the rest of the world. Words like hygge, smorgasbord and
all of the nonsensical IKEA names have crept into mainstream media.
Friluftsliv is one of those words and is – like hygge – much more than just a word.
June marks the start of the Wildlife Trusts’ “30 Days Wild”. We’ve come up with our own list of 30 ideas for #30dayswild to help get you closer to nature.
Gardening with your children is a fantastic way to connect with one another and with nature. Our easy kids’ gardening projects are a great starting point.