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Social Inclusion and Access to Nature Aims

1.  Recognise access to diverse nature as a human right, and reinstate that  access to all members of society.  Regular access to nature improves mental and physical health: it calms the mind, lowers blood pressure,  increases concentration, boosts self-confidence, and mediates our most human traits of emotions, meaning  and compassion. 5 , 6 Nature has forever been a universal language across cultures, and it must continue to be  freely accessible to all in our society. 2.  Voluntary full- or part-time eco-community service for all, with a small  increment on benefit payments (from universal credit to pensions) in return for  hours...
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