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By supporting our programmes your organisation can help communities connect with nature, and give them the tools and confidence to protect the natural world. We work where we can have the most impact, creating knowledge and inspiring action.
We are actively looking for new partners and funders across our programmes; please get in touch to discuss which of our programmes would best align with your organisation.
Earthwatch’s Naturehood programme works with underserved communities to empower them to transform their existing nature spaces, identify new ones and establish these locations as community spaces for everyone.
By 2030 Earthwatch aims to have worked with 30 communities. Businesses can sponsor a local Naturehood initiative and get involved with the planning and activities and employees can volunteer locally to support these initiatives.
Since 2020, Earthwatch Europe has led Tiny Forest, a citizen science-based research and community engagement programme. Businesses can help fund Tiny Forest creation, science, and education that builds awareness of the benefits of nature-based solutions.
Supporting this project alongside community members, businesses can contribute to the resilience of the cities in which they operate. This initiative can also provide excellent learning opportunities for staff who are invited to participate in the planting and maintenance.
Green Earth Schools
Earthwatch’s Green Earth Schools programme transforms urban school grounds into nature-rich spaces for outdoor learning and play. Pupils are actively involved in the design of their new nature features, using LEGO® Build the Change to visualise and plan the space. This process helps students build a strong connection to nature and use their voices to drive solutions to environmental challenges.
Businesses that support this programme enable Earthwatch and schools to work together to design, build and utilise these outdoor spaces.
Our Teach Earth education programme is designed to equip teachers and trainee teachers with the skills, knowledge and confidence they need to connect children with nature as part of the curriculum.
Every 20 teachers we train will impact 6000 students each year. We are looking for partners who can help us reach 50% of children from underserved communities by 2030. Your support can be customised, for example to a programme in a particular town, or year group.
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