1. Here’s the May bulletin from Scotland’s United Nations recognised Regional Centre of Expertise on Education for Sustainable Development. The Update from Scotland begins:
John Ruskin wrote that “Sunshine is delicious, rain is refreshing, wind braces us up, snow is exhilarating; there is really no such thing as bad weather, only different kinds of good weather.” This would be a positive attitude with which to take the latest changes in weather, which have recently seemed to incorporate all of the above! The political weather has also been changeable, with some recent cloudy spells and another storm brewing. Hence alongside discussions on climate change and unpredictability we have continued our debate on political literacy in Learning for Sustainability Scotland (LfS Scotland).
2. The latest Off the Shelf from UNEP sets out reports and other publications, in eluding the 2016 annual report.
3. The GA Newsletter has features articles on
- Plastic-eating caterpillar could munch waste
- How Nepal’s tourist industry is bouncing back two years on from devastating earthquake
- Canadian oil firm pulls out of national park in Peru’s Amazon
- How volcanoes change the climate (video)
4. And the latest notes from the New Nature Movement
5. Responsible Business presents practical ways to accelerate solutions for a more sustainable world while increasing business and industry growth. Through its website, television and international event series RB looks at the commitments of leading global companies and explore deeper integration of sustainability and social responsibility to deliver longer-term business success.
6. A good news story about woodpeckers in London.