Symphony of the Soil

If you’re anywhere near Edinburgh, then this might be just what you want. The Soil Association & LfS Scotland, in Association with the James Hutton Institute, invite you to the Edinburgh premier of Symphony of the Soils followed by a personal Q&A session with the director Deborah Koons as part of the celebrations for the International Year of the Soils. Symphony of…

Environmental and sustainability education policy research

To mark the environmental and sustainability education research network’s participation in the ECER conference, the leading academic journal Environmental Education Research has developed a Virtual Special Issue focusing on studies of ESE policy.  To access the VSI, please click here. This on key examples of research on this topic from the past two decades of papers in the Journal,…

Countryside Classroom update

The Countryside Classroom website is now live, connecting schools with food, farming and the natural environment, and FACE are looking for feedback. They’d also like you to contribute to their first bulletin to be circulated to schools in early September, keeping everyone informed about Countryside Classroom.  You can contribute into these sections: Community – stories about your work with…

Learning 2B Sustainable

Learning 2B Sustainable aims to bring together the best of sustainability, environmental and global education and support schools in developing their own plans and priorities. Its latest news is here, and information about the Growing Up Green & Global event this Friday 18th September at Harper Adams University, Newport, is here. NAEE will be there, so do drop by…

ReLight my Fire Festival

Exeter’s relight my fire festival takes place on September 18 to 21.  Its theme is “From industrial revolution to energy devolution” The festival is bringing artists to the streets and venues of Exeter to explore our relationship with energy past, present and future.  The programme includes performances, talks, workshops, activities and pop-up events.  

The Adventures of Ed the Bear

Steve Savage, Biologist, Environmental Educator and Author, writes about the One World One Ocean project and the key role of Ed the Bear. One World One Ocean links UK schools with ocean scientists around the world and creates real time events that are shared with schools.  The project also provides opportunities for scientists, climatologists, marine archaeologists and conservationists to share their knowledge and experiences with…