The barriers to new entrants interested in agroecological farming and landwork careers
A new report has been announced (19 August 2022) on ‘The Attraction of Agroecology and the barriers faced by new entrants pursuing agroecological farming and landwork’. The recommendations include the need to build skills and knowledge by incorporating agroecological farming and food production into school curriculums and careers advice.
Climate change: First bill written by children on climate education
This BBC news report (22 July 2022) shares how a young campaigner has penned the first student-written bill for Parliament to change the Education Act in England. She is amongst a group of teenage campaigners who say that climate change should be taught in all subjects because it affects all [...]
Youth survey: learning experiences and youth vision on climate change education
Are you a young person aged between 12 to 25 years old? Please take part in this survey to share your personal experience on climate change education. What would you wish to see changed in the future? To ensure climate action is part of the curriculum in every country, UNESCO [...]
Green Shoots: A Sustainable Chemistry Curriculum for a Sustainable Planet
This report by the Royal Society of Chemistry sets out priorities for chemistry education on sustainability and climate change identified by young people, educators, and practicing chemists in industry and academia.
Young people call for more time spent learning in and about nature
Our Bright Future shares this call for policy makers to produce guidance to schools. They argue that at least an hour of lesson time per day should be spent outdoors. This webpage also includes links to helpful short videos on outdoor learning from Ulster Wildlife as part of their #LearnMoreOutdoors [...]