Research

Research is vital to inform the direction of nature education programmes. It gives us insight into new methodologies and understanding of the relationship we have with the natural world. Click below to read these studies on nature education.

Connection to Nature and Behaviours

Knowledge, Attitudes and Behaviours towards the Environmental Issues: Case of Northern Cyprus (Varoglu et al 2017)

Connection to nature: children's affective attitude towards nature (Chen-Hsuan Cheng and Monroe 2010)

The rarity of direct experiences of nature in an urban population. (Cox et al 2017).


Citizen Science

Conservation outcomes by natural history museum-led citizen science (Ballard et al 2017)

Reviews

A review of research on outdoor learning. (Rickinson et al 2004)

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