Outdoor news round-up: From legal rights to nature, to outdoor weddings
In this first outdoor news round-up, Francesca Turauskis takes us through some news stories from the outdoors world:
-The Outdoors Industries Association has put together some resources of the outdoor industry’s response to the Ukraine crisis
-Defra published the #NatureRecovery Green Paper yesterday, which sets out proposals for how to more effectively protect sites and species, and recover nature across England.
-Over 60 organisations - including Natural England, the Ramblers and the BMC - have launched a petition to demand a ‘legal right to nature’ as part of the Government’s 'levelling up' reforms.
-The Countryside Code has been reimagined for a new generation.
-West Midlands’ canal network have announced plans to create the world’s longest community orchard.
-The American climber Alex Hannold is the star of a new virtual reality series
-The National Outdoor Expo takes place in Birmingham this weekend
-Outdoor weddings in England and Wales have been permanently legalised
-Our Shared Outdoors are running a diverse film event
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