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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 […]
March 29, 2021
Changemakers - Action Learning review

SEEd Changemakers – Action Learning Review

Review of Action learning during the Learning for Sustainability Course – March 2021 The course is designed around a core action learning project that the participants […]