January 7, 2022
Julie Ward - Letter to the Earth

Julie Ward’s Letter to the Earth

Julie Ward is an activist poet and theatre maker who became an accidental politician in 2014 by getting elected to represent the North West of England […]
December 15, 2021
Santa driving a forklift

A Whole Christmas Approach to Sustainability

By Isa Clee SEEd Project Co-ordinator When I began my research for this piece, I thought I was going to write about 10 things you can […]
November 29, 2021

Education as if People and Planet Matter

A personal reflection on Education by Associate Sociology Professor, SEEd Trustee and Mother, Katy Wheeler July 2019: I can feel my baby softly nudging me as […]
October 15, 2021

Education for Sustainability – the work of the Marine Conservation Society and protecting marine places

The first thing we say to educate the public about our seas is that they are big – about 650,000km2 bigger than the UK land area […]
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 […]
March 15, 2021
Roustabout Theatre in rehearsals for 'Dinosaurs and All That Rubbish' available to watch from 7th April at 6pm via Watermans: https://www.watermans.org.uk/

How does Education Interact with Theatre for the Environment?

Roustabout makes plays for family and school audiences. One of the key ingredients of their work is education, but how does education interact with theatre? Toby […]
March 15, 2021

Purpose of Education for Alternative Futures.

by Dr Ksenija Kuzmina Climate change, inequality, and the pandemic are major global crises that we are all experiencing in our daily lives. They question our […]
January 12, 2021

Reasons to be Cheerful – 2021

Although I am writing this in apparently the most depressive week of the year, I find myself filled with hope. Why? I believe we are in […]