Dirt is good! Sustainability resources for your school.
The Dirt Is Good Schools Programme empowers students aged 7-14 to unite in compassion and take action on the social and environmental causes they care about, whilst working towards the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Find case studies, many involving outdoor improvements in school grounds. Register online to access resources to [...]
What is Climate Justice? Join this event on 28 February 2023 to find out more!
Come along to hear from expert speakers and be introduced to the concept of ‘climate justice’. Reflect on inequalities and human rights in relation to the climate emergency and explore how you can support young people you work with to understand and engage with this topic. This free online training [...]
Re-Imagining Teacher Education: Transforming Learning for a Just and Sustainable World
This 13th Annual TEESNet Conference takes place on Wednesday 28 September 2022 at Liverpool Hope University. It focuses on themes of interconnectivities, interdependencies, and intersections between ecological, racial and social justice and the holistic approach advocated by United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 4.7. Book here. Find more information about conference [...]
Sustainability and Climate Change – FSC Millport 1-5th August 2022
This residential Field Studies Centre (FSC) course offers young people the chance to gain the knowledge and skills to take climate action back to their communities, talk more confidently on the issues and to make a positive and long-lasting impact. This residential is designed for Higher and Advanced Higher / [...]
Green Gown Awards 2021 – Winners Announced
The Green Gown Awards aim to inspire and empower young people to visualise a better sustainable future. UK & Ireland’s virtual Awards Ceremony celebrated the inspirational work and projects of 90 finalists in 14 different categories. This year’s Finalists represented over 862,000 students and 156,000 staff. These include some notable [...]
Climate Change education reflecting on COP26 – video now available
The Academic Network on Global Education & Learning have shared an edited video of their Climate Change education webinar held on 8 November 2021. The discussion and Q&A has been removed to streamline the content.