Climate and Change in the UK

Late last year, the Blagrave Trust published a report on Youth led change in the UK – Understanding the landscape and the opportunities.  The purpose was “To inform future strategy and future investment decisions, the Blagrave Trust is looking to understand better how it can effectively support young people to lead change … The Trust is looking to…

Green Teacher Vol 122

Every edition of Green Teacher comes with a number of open-access articles in addition to those that are restricted to members.  The February 2020 edition [ Vol 122 ] contained the following two articles: Changing the Face of Science — Shattering Stereotypes and Inspiring the Next Generation of STEM.  By Kyle Walsh This begins: The…

Taking Science into the City

Today’s blog comes from the Wild Awake project which is a not for profit social enterprise.  Its purpose is to develop and provide learning which inspires change towards a more sustainable planet, and support people to live healthy and happy lives which respect natural limits.  It achieves this through providing learning which reconnects people with the natural…

The COBIS Eco Film Awards

NAEE worked with COBIS – the Council of British International Schools – over the past few months to develop and then judge the 2020 COBIS Eco Film Awards.  This encouraged students in COBIS member schools to make videos about the work they were doing in their schools [i] to learn about environmental and sustainability issues, and [ii] to…

Green Teacher Vol 121

Every edition of Green Teacher comes with a number of open-access articles in addition to those that are restricted to members.  The Fall 2019 2020 edition [ Vol 121 ] contained the following two articles: Escape the Mundane By Matt Downs Creating a digital escape room to engage students This begins: As a science educator, I…

Remembering Anne Kenrick

Anne Kenrick MBE  (1923 – 2020) It is with sadness that we record the passing in a care home of Mrs Anne Kenrick who has been a Vice President of the Association since 2012.  In that year, and in memory of her late husband Hugh, she donated his entire charitable trust fund to benefit the…

Complementing environmental education

Ben Ballin writes: Back in January, NAEE trustee Morgan Phillips offered his stimulating thoughts on reframing environmental education.  This blog is intended to complement his contribution, and indeed it especially concerns itself with the value of adopting complementary approaches. In writing it, I have gone ‘back to the future’ and revisited ideas that I shared in the…

The problems of Wildlife Trading

Today’s post is an extract from a blog on the ECOJUST website.  It’s by Pauline Verheij who posted it in February, before the global impact of COVID-19 became clear.  As such, the opening section’s data are being overtaken repeatedly on a daily basis.  The post makes clear that given the globalised nature of the wildlife trade, this is not just…