Think Pieces & Blogs

Think Pieces & Blogs2023-07-27T16:31:55+00:00

Changing our minds means changing how we feel

By Tom Crompton, Co-founder, Common Cause Foundation Common Cause Foundation has long highlighted the ways in which movements for social and environmental change often rehearse and embed a neoliberal worldview. [...]

Empowering Young Voices – COP28 Students Declaration

Following reflections, comments and contributions at a Mock COP28 session celebrated in June 2023, Wellington College, Edgbarrow School, Holme Grange School, Charters School, and Wokingham Youth Council have shared [...]

The tide has turned – or so it seems….

There are many indications that teachers are seeing the need to engage in school with sustainability and climate change. And by sustainability I mean environmental, social and economic. Recent [...]

SEEd Young Changemakers 2023 – Perfect Partners!

SEEd has selected over 20 businesses, charities and community organisations of all sizes to bring real life examples of organisations with an environmental and sustainability focus to the participating schools [...]

COP and climate change education: what happened at COP27 and what happens next?

Link to original post: https://blogs.ucl.ac.uk/ioe/2022/11/23/climate-change-education-what-happened-at-cop27-and-what-happens-next/ Dr Kate Greer, Prof. Nicola Walshe Centre for Climate Change and Sustainability Education IOE, UCL’s Faculty of Education and Society Corresponding author: kate.greer@ucl.ac.uk   So, [...]

Don’t Do Sustainability

By Brett Girven, Principal at The Arbor School Dubai "Brett contacted me probably 4 or so years ago. The Arbor School in Dubai was newly built and with an environmental [...]

A New Year – A New Approach

Ann Finlayson, SEEd Executive Chair There is an interesting thread currently on LinkedIn on why Rishi Sunak has said he wants Maths to be compulsory until 18. Thanks Cindy Forde, [...]

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