SEEd works across many spheres with individuals of all ages, communities, educational institutions, businesses, as well as governments and global networks. Through learning  for sustainability, we can develop our sense of agency, knowledge, skills and competencies for achieving sustainability and dealing with climate change.

We have a number of practical suggestions that can help to make an impact in your life straight away. From tools and surveys to spark conversations about your knowledge and attitude to sustainability, to the programmes, facilitation and consultancy offered by SEEd that you can take part in. Whatever way you choose to get started, we would love you to stay in touch with us! Open the toggles below to find out more.

  • Test your thinking, knowledge and assumptions with our Attitudes to Sustainability Survey
  • Use our survey with your class and with your colleagues
  • Use the Cabinet of Sustainability Curiosities teaching resource to start a conversation about sustainability with your class
  • Have a conversation about changes in education and join the ‘Our Shared World’ coalition
  • Ask your school to sign up to the Young Changemakers programme, a student-led programme requiring no specialist teaching knowledge
  • Adapt our Whole Institution Approach to Sustainability, a practical, tested approach that models a learning approach to sustainability (not being perfect!) and enables year-on-year improvement
  • Sign up to our monthly newsletter for blogs, upcoming events, training opportunities, and other ways to make an impact
  • Consider becoming a SEEd supporter, as an organisation or an individual, by making regular monthly or annual donations. Please contact admin@se-ed.org.uk for more information.
  • SEEd has been at the forefront of promoting Whole Institution Approach to Learning for Sustainability (LfS) for 20 years. This is a practical, tested approach that enables year-on-year improvement. This process will help you explore new ways of thinking that involves the whole community surrounding your school, or organisation, to effect a culture change towards sustainability.
  • Have a conversation about changes in education and join the ‘Our Shared World’ coalition – a coalition of educators and NGOs supporting the UN Sustainable Development goal 4.7 which states that by 2030 we ‘ensure all learners acquire knowledge and skills needed to promote sustainable development’.
  • Ask your school to take part in the Young Changemakers programme, a student-led programme requiring no specialist teaching knowledge
  • Sign up to our monthly newsletter for blogs, upcoming events, training opportunities, and other ways to make an impact
  • Consider becoming a SEEd supporter, as an organisation or an individual, by making regular monthly or annual donations. Please contact admin@se-ed.org.uk for more information.

Becoming a change maker – a conversation with Ann Finlayson

“Having decided never to become a teacher, how did my career evolve into conservation, environmental and sustainability education? Was it luck? Was it planned? And looking back what have I learnt?” Ann Finlayson in conversation with Sophie Stenson in a webinar organised by IUCN National Committee UK.