People Need Nature website is up and running

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I’m delighted to say that the new People Need Nature website is now up and running.

You can read about what People Need Nature is, what we are planning to do, and why we think it’s important.

I will also be writing a regular blog for the PNN website as well as continuing “a new nature blog”. So please keep an eye out on both for latest posts. I’ve already written a couple of posts on the PNN blog, which you can read here.

 

 

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About Miles King

UK conservation professional, writing about nature, politics, life. All views are my own and I don't write on behalf of anybody else.
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5 Responses to People Need Nature website is up and running

  1. Pingback: People Need Nature website is up and running | aspiblog

  2. Good luck with your new charity – I hope you find your niche. It is very true in what you say, people do indeed need nature. However, I am not convinced we need another charity to promote the fact when with have so many other charities, many of whom reason that they too have people in mind. Your spiritual dimension may well have some influence though – to date few groups or churches have really brought nature into their thinking, yet so much more could be done to show how we all depend on nature, water and clean air to survive – more too could be done to raise the value of nature in faith and society. I suspect PNN may cut across the grain of the existing NGO’s and public sector organisations, but that may not be a bad thing, in fact quite the opposite!

  3. Best of luck for this venture Miles. I like the logo.

  4. “Nature doesn’t need humans but humans do need nature” reminds me of what a Native American said: “When the Last Tree Is Cut Down, the Last Fish Eaten, and the Last Stream Poisoned, You Will Realize That You Cannot Eat Money”. Beautiful website, I really like the quality pictures there!

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