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Successful Sustainable Development Education needs change of mindset

I came across this headline in the national paper of Malta where my mother lives and thought -when might we get a headline like this in the UK? Seems like a far off dream! http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20150823/environment/successful-sustainable-development-education-needs-change-of-mindsets.581624 OK so it might be an EU junket, and having been at a workshop at the World Environmental Education Congress…

Reflections from RootAbility Seminar Series in Berlin

In July, SEEd Projects Manager, Victoria Tait, headed to Berlin – dusty German dictionary in hand – for two days of inspirational learning about the theories and practice of social change. The seminar was organised by fellow UNESCO Global Action Programme key partner members, Rootability, who created and are pioneering the innovative ‘Green Office’ model…

Modeshift STARS Awards

SEEd Members and Sustainable Travel Facilitators, Modeshift, will hold their STARS awards this October. The 6th October 2015 for the
National STARS School Travel Awards event for the South East and East of England and the

 22nd October 2015
for the North East, Yorkshire and The Humber. For those of you who may not already know, the…

Galapagos Day

SEEd Members, the Galapagos Conservation Trust, are set to host ‘Galapagos Day’ at the Royal Geographical Society on October 1st. The day will be a whirlwind celebratory tour inspired by the Galapagos Islands. From art exhibits to artefacts from Darwin’s HMS Beagle Voyage, there will be something for everyone! The day will also include talks…