SEEd Cabinet of Curiosities

The SEEd Cabinet of Curiosities is a mix of objects and provocations designed to provoke and start conversations about sustainability. Some might be seen as a metaphor… We want to know what these objects have got to do with sustainability, what you think is missing and why? Enter our competition and you could be in with a chance of winning some amazing prizes!

enter our competition

Recurring sustainability themes in the display are:

  • water,
  • energy,
  • climate change,
  • food and farming,
  • travel and transport,
  • resource use and waste,
  • equity and social justice,
  • economics and globalisation
  • ecological crisis (loss of biodiversity and ecological systems and the 6th mass extinction)

Learning for Sustainability is a participatory process and about developing critical, systems and futures thinking:

  • What does this object mean to you?
  • What is the object made of, where did it come from and how did it get to be here?
  • Which of these are about resource use?
  • Which are about solutions?
  • Which are about change?
  • Which are about equity and justice?
  • Which are about relationships or connections between parts of our world?
  • Which are about the future?
  • Which are about learning?
  • What’s missing from this display?

Enter our competition

The Sustainability Curios collection is growing online, and can be used as a teaching tool. Tell us what these objects have got to do with sustainability, what you think is missing and why? There are some fantastic prizes to be won…

First Prize:

A free place on SEEd’s renowned Changemaker programme, valued at £990.00.
Donated by SEEd.

Second Prize Prize:

Sustainable Picnic Hamper for two, valued at £150.00.
Donated by SEEd and Wellington College.

Third Prize:

Model Wind Turbine, valued at £8.00.
Donated by SEEd.

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