Nature and wellbeing by numbers

My passion for wildlife was stimulated in my teenage years, mainly thanks to my Mum (a biology teacher) who made me look at the world differently and being inspired by writers such as Paul Colinvaux. This early interest developed into biological research in my 20s, when I did practical conservation work in places such as the Comores and Mongolia.

Today, any free time I have I spend pottering around the flatlands of East Anglia or escaping to our hut on the Northumberland coast looking for wildlife and castles with my wife and children.

I studied Biological Sciences at Oxford and Conservation at UCL, and worked at Wildlife and Countryside Link before spending five years as Conservation Director at Plantlife.

 

 

Curated from www.rspb.org.uk

There was a nature and event in Bristol this week and this write up of it shares some interesting stats relating to nature and wellbeing. Looks like business could have a big part to play in helping employees get closer to nature and get more healthy as a result.

   

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