Richard Louv

Recipient of the Audubon Medal

Author of the International Bestseller Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children From Nature-Deficit Disorder

Videos

Pritzlaff Conservation Symposium 2020

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EcoSense for Living explores nature-deficit disorder

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CBS This Morning Interviews Richard Louv about the real cutting edge of education.

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Fox News: How can nature help combat effects of a sedentary lifestyle

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CTV Canada AM Interview: Put down that device and reconnect with nature, author says

Richard Louv explains why it is important for people to take the time to unplug and rely less on technology Watch Video on You Tube

CBS Evening News: Can Kids Still Go Unplugged in the Summer?

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Canada’s most popular TV show - The Marilyn Denis Show: Spending time outdoors with the kids

Richard Louv, author of ‘The Nature Principle,’ talks to parents about the benefits of balancing quality time with the kids between nature and technology. Watch Video on marilyn.ca

Austin Now: On Nature-Deficit Disorder

A five-minute walk in the woods with Richard Louv as he discusses nature-deficit disorder and the themes of his book Last Child in the Woods. Watch Video on You Tube

From the film "Mother Nature’s Child": On The Nature Principle for Adults and Children.

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CBS’s The Early Show: Kicking Kids Out

Richard Louv discusses the problem of ‘nature deficit disorder’ in his book Last Child In The Woods on The Early Show. He says kids don’t get out of the house enough.

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KQED’s QUEST Series: On Nature-Deficit Disorder

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Today Show: Get Your Kids Into the Wild

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From the film "Mother Nature’s Child": Richard Louv on Education.

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Simple Living with Wanda Urbanska: Richard Louv on Biophilia.

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Ducks Unlimited Canada: A Conversation with Richard Louv.

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2007 Paul F-Brandwein Lecture: Leave No Child Inside"

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