Generation Green

Generation Green

Generation Green is a 16-month funded project that aims to provide over 100,000 opportunities to connect young people to nature, create and save jobs, and build an aspirant workforce for a green recovery.

Funded activities available through the project include day visits and overnight experiences in National Parks and Areas of Natural Beauty, social action and citizen science projects, self-guided learning and micro-volunteering.

Funding is specifically aimed at young people in England in the North West, Midlands and deprived coastal and urban areas.

Outward Bound are part of a coalition with YHA (England & Wales), Girlguiding, Scouts, Field Studies Council and the 10 English National Parks to provide these amazing opportunities.

Take a look at some of our funded projects below or see the official Generation Green website here.

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Access Unlimited

Generation Green is the first project to be delivered by the Access Unlimited coalition. The coalition comprises YHA (England & Wales) – who are hosting the project on behalf of the partners - The Outward Bound Trust, Scouts, Girlguiding, Field Studies Council and the 10 English National Parks.

Generation Green capitalises on the combined reach of the coalition partners of more than two million young people.

How is the project funded?

Generation Green is funded by the government’s Green Recovery Challenge Fund.

The fund is being delivered by The National Lottery Heritage Fund in partnership with Natural England and the Environment Agency.

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