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May 17, 2021

SEEd Member News – May 2021

Solar for Schools Investigative, gameified learning is one of the cornerstones of the new Solar for Schools app. The app is currently in testing, and Solar for Schools is looking for Eco […]
May 17, 2021

SEEd’s Choice: Read, Do, See, and Learn – May 2021

Read How women in Cambodia’s floating villages are adapting to climate change – A project to empower women in Cambodia is helping vulnerable communities adapt to […]
May 14, 2021
A curriculum for Life by Tom Wickham-Bassett

A “curriculum for life” – how a few changes to the education system could make all the difference.

by Tom Wickham-Bassett There are common sentiments amongst young people that “school doesn’t teach you to do tax returns,” or “you will never need to use […]
May 14, 2021
Olive Coxon - Why I'm fighting for Sustainability and Climate Change Education

Shaping the Future – Why I’m fighting for Sustainability and Climate Education

by Olive Coxon, age 17. I’ve always found comfort at school and through learning, knowing that I am being taught things that I need to know. […]
April 16, 2021
Green at Fifteen?How 15-year-olds perform in environmental science and geoscience in pisa 2006

Green at Fifteen? – What schools can do to support the climate.

Read the OECD report into how 15 year-olds perform in environmental science and geoscience Never before have the stakes been so high for the role of […]
April 16, 2021
Climate Education is our Right!

SEEd’s Choice: Read, Do, See, and Learn – April 2021

Read What do the Stats say? – Joe Brindle’s blog sharing the results from the Climate Education survey’s Teach the Future has been carrying out over […]
April 16, 2021

SEEd Member News – April 2021

RSPB RSPB are looking for an outstanding communicator with a passion for saving nature. Work within RSPB England’s Fundraising and Communications department creating innovative and engaging […]
April 15, 2021
Paul Vere on Exploring the Impacts of Student-Led Sustainability Projects with Secondary School Students and Teachers

Exploring the Impacts of Student-Led Sustainability Projects with Secondary School Students and Teachers by Paul Vere

‘Recognising that schools wishing to nurture student agency require a culture that supports the professional agency of teachers, has implications for policy, which in turn requires […]
April 15, 2021
Ben Hren is currently the Environmental Education Advisor at the Arbor School in Dubai. He is supporting the development of a systems approach to Ecoliteracy, driven by the school’s mission to prepare all its learners to be caring contributors to a future where there is “enough for all, forever.” During his time in the UK, he served as the Head of Formal Education for WWF-UK, where he co-authored “Pathways,” and was seconded to the UK Sustainable Development Commission, where he led the development of the Sustainable School Self-evaluation.

We are born consumers – literally!

Without the ability to photosynthesise, we rely on other organisms for our most fundamental of needs. As we grow, we gain independence as consumers. We spend […]