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For the past eight years the NUS has surveyed university students on their attitudes towards sustainability which has shown a consistent desire from students to learn more about it and to have more opportunities to get involved with this issue.
We are looking for enthusiastic university student volunteers to help deliver our programme and support school Eco-Teams in their mission to help their schools to go green.
This month has seen the launch of our Green Kids and Communities initiative. Aimed at empowering young people in Waltham Forest to become advocates for sustainability, the initiative is working with five schools to increase environmental awareness and action.
On 24th September Green Schools Project launched the Social Business Challenge to inspire young people to look at business in a new way. Green Schools Project is the brainchild of former secondary school Maths teacher Henry Greenwood
The importance of protecting the environment has been getting a lot of headlines lately. Blue Planet 2 did an amazing job of highlighting the issue of plastic being discarded into our Oceans and the problem of warming seas harming coral
Duke’s Aldridge Academy (formerly Northumberland Park Community School) joined Green Schools Project in 2016 to support the introduction a recycling programme that would raise awareness of and improve the school’s sustainability.
Two years have passed since Green Schools Project went from an idea to an organisation with the aim of helping schools to set up and run a student-led environmental programme.
At our recent event on March 21st high-profile figures discussed the implications of Brexit on the environment.
Philip Bell is a history teacher and Teach First participant at Alec Reed Academy in the London Borough of Ealing. He coordinates Green Schools Project work in his school and is starting a network for environmental education.