September 13, 2016

500 pages to tell you we are not on track!

I am ploughing my way through the UNESCO GEM (Global Education Monitoring) report – all 558 pages of it. And it makes for some interesting reading […]
July 13, 2016

‘We are all in this together’ – some thoughts from UNESCO

I have just returned from UNESCO Paris after a 2 day Partner Network meeting that was very informative and surprisingly useful. I know many people who […]
January 19, 2016

Sustaining the routes to sustainability

I feel I am developing the skill to look outwardly pleased and thrilled while inside I am despairing. Not only that, but I am feeling a […]
November 16, 2015

Athens, Australia and misplaced admiration!

Athens, Australia and misplaced admiration! Victoria and I have had many meetings in the past year with other sustainable schools networks based on the UK Sustainable […]
May 14, 2014

Who has the mandate for sustainability in your university or college?

I was recently asked to think about who has the mandate for sustainability in your university or college? On reflection I realised this was the wrong […]
July 18, 2013

Letter from Joan Walley

To the Signatories of the ‘Keep Sustainability in the National Curriculum Objectives’ Petition, Thank you for expressing your support for the inclusion of sustainable development in […]
December 3, 2011

Elephants, Us, and Sustainable Development

How can heritage interpretation contribute to a sustainable future? The following is an abridged version of a keynote address I delivered at the Science Links in […]
March 30, 2011

‘Having a go’ – a teaching and learning technique for SSA?

I recently attended a Waste Watch conference and was inspired by Mary Clear, one of the founders of Incredible Edible Todmorden. Inspired because she decided she […]