The publication demonstrates how we increase independence, tackle poor health and well-being and improve people’s prospects by using the outdoors as a space for learning, healing, and development.
It shows how we’re addressing unsustainable living and working through our environmental business services and environmental education projects, to encourage greener living and working.
It explains how we combat social isolation, improve safety and security, and bring communities together by creating better places – whether that’s a vulnerable resident’s garden, a community space in a residential neighbourhood, or a school growing area.
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