Our President, Bill Scott, has been wondering why the global manager of Eco-schools – FEE – isn’t doing more to ensure that student learning is a more prominent focus of the Eco-schools movement.
You can read the blog post – Questions for FEE – here. It begins …
“I take the view that FEE needs to re-think the balance of activities within its Eco-schools programme. As I see it, from observations within the UK, learning does not yet have as much prominence as campus / environmental management within the programme, and the prime focus remains on this management, for example, lowering schools’ eco / carbon footprints and reducing waste and energy use. …”
What do you think about this? We’s be delighted to hear your views.