Nature-based play publication

Creating cities where there are opportunities for children to play in nature has significant benefits for their physical and emotional development and enables environments that are more inclusive and resilient to the impacts resulting from climate change.

The publication aims to inspire key decision makers, local authorities, communities, and businesses to work together to foster connections between nature and play. It also aims to integrate play with nature to create healthier, more playful and more resilient environments where children, communities and our planet can thrive.

Proud to be part of this publication from the Real Play Coalition and the Arup Group, showing the positive connections nature-based play can make between children’s wellbeing and climate resilience.

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