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Community Ecology and Botany Courses

COMMUNITY ECOLOGY: 1st and 2nd October in Redruth Community development for conservation and ecological projects. Help your community to establish growing projects and natural spaces in urban and rural areas. EVERYDAY BOTANY: 15th and 16th October in Totnes Plant identification, Microscopy, Measure Ecosystems and biodiversity, Links to citizen science, Education for Sustainable Development, ethnobotany. For more details call…

30 Faces from the NUS

The NUS has launched 30 faces, a small project designed to help it identify what it was that influenced 30 young people to lead on sustainability. NUS says that their responses are insightful and motivational, and that 30 faces has helped it shape the new Green Impact for students’ unions [GISU] which was also recently…

Food Growing Schools: London

Food Growing Schools: London is delighted to invite you to a celebration event… Thursday 13 October 2016 – The Living Room, City Hall, The Queen’s Walk, London, SE1 2AA Food Growing Schools: London is a Lottery funded project, which started in 2014 and aims to get every London school growing their own food.  It says: “Join us to…

Empowering learners and communities through STEM

Thanks to NAAEE for alerting us to the Underwriters Laboratories Education Award programme which has recognized five organizations for empowering learners and communities by linking the environment to STEM concepts, or E-STEM.  This year’s winners are: NY Sun Works Greenhouse Project, New York, $100,000, a New York City-wide initiative using hydroponic farming technology to educate students and teachers about…