ViewsOnNature: A Nature of SA Pop-up
The Nature of SA project is challenging the way people make decisions, encouraging everyone to include the values in nature as part of their conversations. But what does Nature mean to South Australians and is it an important part of who we are as a society?
Understanding current views on nature is an important step in developing conversations about our changing environment. Conserving the diversity of our environment - nature in its past, present and future forms - is challenging.
Exploring how we can improve the way we view, speak of and identify with nature will lead to strategies that compliment South Australia’s future visions.
Delivered in partnership with Conservation Council SA, this event will occur at various times and locations throughout the Open State festival.
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