Global citizenship resources
Download this set of Stride free topic planners on climate change, energy, water and primary Maths as well as a framework to support planning of any topic through the lens of Global Citizenship.
Webinar: Young people creating a just transition in rural areas – 6th June 2023
Come and learn about what this generation is doing for biodiversity, climate and agriculture. Find more details and join this EUROPARC WEBINAR here (6 June 17:00 - 18:30 CEST so 4pm start UK time) #EUGreenWeek Partner event 3-11 June.
Clyde Climate Forest ‘Tree Count’ gets underway – have you made your trees count?
The Clyde Climate Forest (CCF) has this month launched its Annual Tree Count, with organisations and community groups encouraged to register trees planted since this time last year to contribute to this year’s grand total. In the past year alone, around 50,000 trees have been planted in urban areas by local schoolchildren [...]
Tiny but tenacious: arctic-alpine plants are engineers and warning bells
This article in The Conversation (24 May 2023) describes how these tiny but tough plants not only cope with extreme habitats, but can also help engineer the landscape for other species. Examples include some of our own special arctic-alpine species in the Scottish mountains. Discover what impacts climate change is [...]
Resources to support a green education and science careers
Check out these resources developed by the Royal Society to support teachers and engage students in the important discussions around climate change and biodiversity. The Royal Society have also developed general animations and resources on careers in science for teachers and students aged 11 – 16 years.
2023 Funding scheme opportunities for investigative STEM projects
The Royal Society are offering the following funding opportunities: The Partnership Grants scheme funds schools and colleges up to £3,000 to run investigative STEM projects in partnership with STEM professionals from academia or industry. Tomorrow's climate scientists funds schools specifically researching into climate change and biodiversity. The programme aims to [...]
How will the climate and nature crises impact young people?
Youthlink Scotland share NPC research news. This warns that young people living in low-income households are more likely to be impacted by climate change than their more affluent peers.
Scotland’s Young People’s Forest project shortlisted for a national charity award!
Youthlink Scotland share some exciting news to share. Their Scotland’s Young People’s Forest project is a finalist in the Climate Conscious category for this year’s Scottish Charity Awards! The vision of Scotland's Young People's Forest is to create the first forest in Scotland that is co-designed, led and governed by young people.