Make a Difference

Looking to make London greener, healthier and wilder? So are we.

Join the People's Walk for Wildlife 22 Sep

Join the People's Walk for Wildlife on 22nd September. It’s time that we converted our national love for nature programmes on TV into taking action to...

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Use your imagination for Our City London

The National Film and Television's, Motion Graphics and Titles students made a set of films to promote their ideas of London as a National Park...

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Making ‘Stay With Love’ outdoor pallet benches

In South London, Transition Town Tooting (TTT) and the refugee charity CARAS have been working together in a community project partnership since...

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How to Make a Friends Group

Green spaces need Friends! Do you value your local park or green space? Do you want to see improvements there, and more people using it? Do you...

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We are our choices

"We are our choices" - JP Sartre Citizen as participant Let's reject the title of consumer. I reject that name because I don't want to take more...

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Become a citizen scientist and research prosperity in your local area

There are many ways to make a difference in your local area. One great way is to conduct your own research project, and share your findings with...

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Make where you live wilder

What if we made where we live wilder? Watch our film of Londoners rewilding London wherever and however they can. What if even more created great...

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Start thinking naturally at school

Could your school do more outdoor learning? For ideas watch this video featuring children and adults of Christ Church Primary School, Brixton and...

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See your own Make a Difference article here

We would love to see your own articles on how people can make a different around London.  We are looking for articles that inspire and support people to do...

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Share your pictures of how you are making a difference in London's great outdoors on social media using #NationalParkCity

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