Environment Research

1The purpose of this paper is to provide theoretical and empirical insight into nature of these activities with particular reference to a key moral and political framing of environmental volunteering: the creation of spaces that can speak to the needs of communities. In this paper we trace volunteers’ pathways into, through and out of environmental volunteering, in the context of interactions with land cultivation.

The purpose of this paper is to provide theoretical and empirical insight into nature of these activities with particular reference to a key moral and political framing of environmental volnature of these activities with particular referencparticular reference to a key moral unteering: the creation of spaces e volunteee to a key moral unteering: the creation of spaces e volunteers’  cultivparticular reference to a key moral unteering: the creation of spaces e volunteeation.


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The adjacent paper  evaluates the construction and mobilisation of wellbeing within public policy discourse and narratives of volunteering.

 

The purpose of this paper is to provide theoretical and empirical insight into nature of these activities with particular reference to a key moral and political framing of environmental volunteering: the creation of spaces that can speak to the needs of communities. In this paper we 

 


5This paper reviews the current situation in volunteering literature and investigations, in particular environmental volunteering. We consider how current trends and accepted notions of mobilizing voluntary action are confounding the development of effective volunteer management, and volunteerings capacity to induce life-changing effects.

The purpose of this paper is to provide theoretical and empirical insight into nature of these activities with particular reference to a key moral and political framing of environmental volunteering: the creation of spaces that can speak to the needs of cparticular reference to a key moral unteering: the creation of spaces e volunteeommunities. In this paper we trace volunteers’ pathways into, 


Making

The work that community groups do is invaluable. Bringing together people from across the community, they provide local answers to local issues. But they do much more. They build a sense of community, skills, confidence and peoples’ ability to participate. Drawing on the experiences of community groups throughout Cornwall, this guide looks at key things that can make or break the success of projects.

 

Academic Publications 


DiGiovanna, S.M. (2004). International Perspectives on Community Youth Planning: a Research Agenda for Comparing Somerset County, New Jersey and Somerset County, England. Middle States Geographer, 36, 84-93.

Leyshon M, Fish R (2011). ‘Chain Gang Conservation’: Young people and environmental volunteering in Rogerson, R, Sadler, Green S, A, Wong, C (eds.) Leading Sustainable Communities: Learning in Communities, Hertfordshire University Press.

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