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Sustainable procurement and a changing climate

By | November 19th, 2016|Environmental Education Feature|

Matt Roper, CEO of GreenBuying, writes about his company's work with schools. There is a growing awareness within the education sector of the need and potential to ’buy green’ and there muse or viagra are plenty of examples of committed individuals taking major steps to become more sustainable in their arrangements generic viagra with suppliers. [...]

Good news from LEEF

By | November 19th, 2016|Webwatch|

There are positive changes taking place at LEEF in London. LEEF is a network for London’s urban Environmental and Sustainability Educators. Its members are people who work, http://cialisgeneric-toped.com/ freelance and volunteer in does generic viagra work environmental education roles from frontline teaching to backroom policy and everything in-between. Their website shows the 2015/16 plavix with [...]

A Reel-y Authentic Food Truck

By | November 19th, 2016|Environmental Education Feature|

A Reel-y Authentic Food Truck is one of two articles published by Green Teacher in its Summer 2016 edition that is freely available to read.  We are highlighting it here to draw your attention both to the article, and to Green Teacher itself, as this is a journal that NAEE finds to be consistently informative and interesting. The article begins [...]

The latest from Countryside Classroom

By | November 19th, 2016|Webwatch|

Countryside Classroom has been using information collected from its annual user survey, website data and other feedback to help its partners understand more about who uses the website. They hope this will enable them to develop even better Resources, cialis 20 Places to visit and People to ask and provide more to support site users. [...]

Re-wilding Britain

By | November 17th, 2016|Webwatch|

Rewilding Britain is a charity set up by people with a passion for nature.  It believes that rewilding provides hope for the future for people and nature, and that, through rewinding, we can start to reverse centuries of ecological damage.  We can, for example, re-establish natural processes, reconnect with nature and regain wonder for the natural [...]

The Species Recovery Trust

By | November 16th, 2016|Webwatch|

The Species Recovery Trust is dedicated to stopping some of the UK's rarest species from going extinct, and re-connecting people with the wildlife found around them. Its work focusses on doing the following ... Shortlisting species which are currently demonstrating catastrophic levels of decline in the UK, those which already exist at such low numbers that their [...]

A new constitution for NAEE

By | November 16th, 2016|Blog|

Today's blog is by Bill Scott, the Chair of the Trustee Board for the new NAEE.  In what follows, Bill explains the background to the changes that have taken place and some of the detail of the revised arrangements.  He stresses that, amid all the change, there's also a lot of continuity. Over the 50+ [...]

Before the Flood: A Climate Change Documentary

By | November 15th, 2016|Webwatch|

Here's Karen Hollweg commenting on a new climate change documentary, Before the Flood, presented by National Geographic, that features Leonardo DiCaprio who's had wide-ranging access to leaders around the world. Through his travels, DiCaprio searches for hope in a rising tide of catastrophic news. Hollweg says: "I highly recommend this documentary for anyone high school [...]

Unhealthy days out

By | November 14th, 2016|Blog|

The Soil Association spent the summer sending teams of undercover ‘secret diner’ families to review children's food offerings at our favourite theme parks, museums, art galleries and zoos. As we all already knew, it's mostly bad news.  The SA says: "We've uncovered a lack of healthy choices for children. 75% of children’s lunchboxes didn’t include any veg or salad [...]

Green Schoolyards Report

By | November 14th, 2016|Webwatch|

Green Schoolyards: A Growing Movement Supporting Health, Education and Connection with Nature is a newly released American report that describes the significant and diverse benefits of green schoolyards. The free, 70-page report documents the journeys and lessons of green schoolyard programs across the country and is informed by a rich dialogue that has been taking [...]