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The latest edition of our annual Nursery Equipment supplement, free with this issue of Nursery World,looks at how early years settings can adopt an eco-friendly approach in all aspects of their work.

From solar panels to waste management, Meredith Jones Russell explores how settings can ensure they are an eco-friendly business

Some nurseries are wearing their green credentials on their sleeve by using eco-friendly buildings. Annette Rawstrone reports

Charlotte Goddard looks at some of the options available to early years settings when it comes to sourcing environmentally sensitive products indoors and out

Today’s children will be the most affected by climate change, and we shouldn’t hide this from them, says Professor John Siraj-Blatchford

Scrap stores are helping settings kill two birds with one stone by providing art and play resources that are cheap as well as sustainable and diverse. By Katy Morton

How one setting in Kent’s sustainable ethos takes in everything, from the building it operates out of to the way the children eat their meals. By Nicole Weinstein

A new website offers tips for early years practitioners and parents on delivering physical development opportunities to children, helping them complete tasks like sitting still, holding a pencil, putting on shoes and reading.

Removing toys from a nursery school in Bristol for a month resulted in the two-year-olds not wanting them back. Nicole Weinstein reports

Nursery World North 2019 moved to Manchester for this year’s show, which included two packed days of fantastic seminars and masterclasses, live features and an exhibition

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