The Green Ambassadors
As the Keeping it Wild project finishes, the Guardians of Nature do not stop being social activists of nature, wildlife and green spaces in London, we are determined to be the Green Ambassadors of Shpresa Programme.
All the teams and the work we have done will continue, with the impact we had in our community and local spaces. We are proud to be Green Ambassadors and continue to represent Shpresa Programme in a green and eco-friendly journey. The Guardians of Nature are confident that we have educated and brought together many individuals and groups of our community. With the support of London Youth, London Wildlife Trust, Headliners UK and John Muir Trust we have created a project that we have really enjoyed. The Keeping it Wild project has inspired the Guardians of Nature to recycle, reuse and reduce, go out and explore London’s green spaces and advocate for more, healthier, and better green spaces, especially for young people.
Our Local Spaces
As part of our work as Green Ambassadors, we have participated in conversations with Newham Local Planning. Since many of us are based in East London, and Newham is a home of Shpresa Programme, it is very important that we are proud of our local spaces.
The Guardians of Nature of the Living in Harmony team have done a lot of work and social activism, especially in Stratford Park. Our work continues and focuses on:
Make our Parks Safer and Cleaner
Protect and Appreciate Wildlife
Young People in Social Activism
Learn more about us
Learn more about our work by browsing through the Guardians of Nature home page. Read more about our work from the Living in Harmony Team, Cultural Shift Team and the Can Do! Team.You can also read more about us if you subscribe to our monthly newsletter and keep an eye out on this web page for updates.
Do you want to get in touch?
If you want to be part of our mailing list, receive our newsletter in your inbox and learn more about what the Green Ambassadors do in the future, leave us a message, and we will get in touch. You can also stay updated with our work through Shpresa Programme’s website, and our social media.