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John Muir Award Resource Guide - Sustainability

This resource highlights good practice when communicating a sustainability message as well as collating relevant practical links and on-line resources.
The John Muir Award can embrace considerations of our impact on wild places as well as wider environmental issues – at a local, national and global level, and at home, school or at work. The Conserve Challenge promotes simple concepts of personal responsibility and making a difference, which can be used to explore what sustainability means to participants.

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