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The natural world has something to offer everyone. By encouraging people of all ages and backgrounds to access nature, we create stronger societies. By using nature as a life-long classroom we create greater respect for our planet. Learn more here about the ways we can encourage participation in nature-based activities for everyone.

Participation and Learning Articles

  • Restoring the Connection Between Forests and Human Health

    Restoring the Connection Between Forests and Human Health

    Recognizing the extensive benefits and services provided by forests can help us overcome many of the challenges linked to physical and mental well-being facing Europe today. Read the IUCN contribution to the Revolve magazine in Spring 2017 on this topic.

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  • The Nature Fix

    The Nature Fix

    Author Florence Williams examines why nature makes us happier, healthier and more creative.

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  • A Guide to Healthy Parks Healthy People

    A Guide to Healthy Parks Healthy People

    This Guide - produced by Parks Victoria in Australia - provides information on what Healthy Parks Healthy People is, why it is important, the role of parks for community health and wellbeing, building knowledge, and commitment and priorities in Victoria, Australia.

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  • Healthy Nature Healthy People E-Toolkit

    Healthy Nature Healthy People E-Toolkit

    This e-toolkit contains practical tips and stories from land, water and sea managers who have usefully applied the Healthy Nature Healthy People approach. It also provides digital links to research and published materials, videos and presentation materials.

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  • Parks for Healthy Communities Forum 2016

    Parks for Healthy Communities Forum 2016

    The summary, presentations and panel discussions of the Parks for Healthy Communities Forum held in Melbourne, Australia in May 2016.

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