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C&NN Web Badges

To show the world that you support C&NN and its programs, place a banner or badge on your Web site, blog, MySpace, or Facebook pages.

Choose from the banners and badges below, and follow these steps to help raise awareness about the importance of connecting children and nature.

  1. Choose a graphic.
  2. Highlight and select all of the code next to the graphic.
  3. Copy the code (usually Ctrl+C on PC and Command+C on Mac).
  4. Open your page as you normally do to edit the HTML or in any text editor.
  5. Paste the code into your page (usually Ctrl+V on PC and Command+V on Mac).
  6. Save your page.
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Tips for adding badges and banners to your MySpace page:

  1. Choose a graphic from the list above.
  2. Highlight and select all of the code next to the graphic.
  3. Copy the code (usually Ctrl+C on PC and Command+C on Mac).
  4. Log on to MySpace and click “Edit Profile” (right next to your profile picture).
  5. Paste the code where you want the graphic to appear on your profile (usually Ctrl+V on PC and Command+V on Mac).
  6. Click “Save All Changes” at the bottom of the “Edit Profile” screen.
"If you go with long-term significance, my pick for the top story of not only 2009 but also of the 21st Century is the pandemic of Nature Deficit Disorder, a term so aptly coined by Richard Louv in his best-selling outdoor book, Last Child in the Woods...."
— Bill Schneider, NewWest.Net
“Concerns about long-term consequences—affecting emotional well-being, physical health, learning abilities, environmental consciousness—have spawned a national movement to ‘leave no child inside.’ In recent months, it has been the focus of Capitol Hill hearings, state legislative action, grassroots projects, a U.S. Forest Service initiative to get more children into the woods and a national effort to promote a ‘green hour’ in each day.”
— Washington Post
All of us share a sense of common purpose. We represent many, many others—some we know, and others we have never met. People throughout the world are increasingly connected by a resonance and passion, to create a new common sense for the good health of children today and generations to come.
– Cheryl Charles
“The movement to reconnect children to the natural world has arisen quickly, spontaneously, and across the usual social, political, and economic dividing lines.”
Orion magazine

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C&NN Publications

As part of our ongoing efforts to build the movement, the Children & Nature Network has published these resources for leaders, organizers, and participants at the local, national, and international levels:

2010 C&NN Report
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Children and Nature 2009: A Report on the Movement to Reconnect Children to the Natural World
[>] Download PDF [1.1MB]

C&NN Community Action Guide: Building the Children & Nature Movement from the Ground Up
[>] Download PDF [1.4MB]
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