Target 4 Green

Target4Green is an educational consultancy and training community-centered company that supports schools across the world in their Education for Sustainable Development (ESD), as well as working with companies in the creation and initiation of effective educational and CSR programmes. Target4Green says that by providing links in making children and adults more aware of the global issues…

The CLOtC conference is tomorrow

There’s only a day to go to the CLOtC conference. Here are a few highlights: Penny Hay from 5x5x5=creativity and Bath Spa University will highlight the importance arts and creativity activities outside the classroom. 5x5x5=creativity fosters creative enquiry by empowering children and young people to take the lead in their learning, explore the world around them and…

The GA focuses on earthquakes

The GA has published a case study page with a summary of the recent New Zealand earthquake, with personal accounts, links to further information, video clips and enquiry questions. Here are the links … Initial earthquake damage and response New Zealand earthquake latest: Two confirmed dead after 7.8 magnitude tremors on South Island – includes gallery and video clip, Independent. New Zealand earthquake: Two dead following powerful…

Good news from LEEF

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…

Re-wilding Britain

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…