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Wear-Abouts / Illustrious North
What if illustrations could step out of books, into textiles or other cultural products? What would they say about the intriguing stories that inspired their creation ...
Small GREEN Steps
The Small GREEN Steps program has been specifically developed for early learning (pre-school) organisations to help them embed sustainable practices and encourage chil...
Yes to Taste, No to Waste (Small Change Big Difference)
Small Change Big Difference is a food focused campaign led by Resource London; the partnership between WRAP and LWARB, together with Groundwork London. Funded by the L...
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Green Bronx Machine
Green Bronx Machine builds healthy, equitable and resilient communities through inspired education, local food systems, and 21st century workforce development. Student...
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Creating a global group of collaborative problem solvers using only freely available materials (plastic bottles, bags etc) to make fly traps, hydroponic bottle garden...
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Why We Should Immerse Kids In Nature And Watch Them Grow
Exploring nature used to go hand in hand with being a child but now children spend the vast majority of their time indoors. Immersing kids in nature couldn't be more critical, so we're explo...
Environmental Education For Earth Day and Beyond
Earth Day brings together over 1 billion people from 192 countries to take actions big and small that will help protect the natural world. We explore what educators can do to inspire young learners and e...
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4 Ways To Bring Sustainability Into School
Creating a sustainable world is vital, so we need to make sure it's a topic covered in education. There are magnificent schools and projects across the world who are already doing this, so here’s four of our favouri...
Teacher Testimonials: Going Green in Beautiful Bali
Sustainability is increasingly important to schools. But, where can you find the professional development opportunities to up your eco credentials? We hate to break it to you, but you might need a t...