Education for Sustainable Development

January 7, 2022
Our Shared World Won't Wait

Our Shared World Won’t Wait…..

SEEd is proud to be co-chairing the Our Shared World coalition of organisations, supporting the implementation of SDG4.7 in education in England. Here, Ellis Brooks from […]
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 […]
July 15, 2021
Whole Institution Approach

Getting to grips with the Whole Institution Approach to Sustainability

UNESCO SDG4.7: by 2030 ensure all learners acquire knowledge and skills needed to promote sustainable development, including among others through education for sustainable development and sustainable […]
July 9, 2021
Educating young people in the vegetable garden

Sustainability in Action

Education magazine FundEd features SEEd projects in their Summer magazine
June 18, 2021
Emeritus Professor at Bath University, Bill Scott

The Education (Environment and Sustainable Citizenship) Bill

Emeritus Professor at Bath University, Bill Scott writes on The Education (Environment and Sustainable Citizenship) Bill to be presented to the House of Lords. An Education […]
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 […]