Year: 2017

Are schools failing the next generation over global warming? My plan to help!

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. Read why in this guest blog. Why we need to environmentalise the curricula across subjects Global warming is …

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What you can do to support the environment in Brexit Britain

  At our recent event, Green Schools Project hosted high profile figures who spoke about the implications of Brexit on the environment. There is a lot of uncertainty in environmental policy, as it was completely absent in the Government’s 12 point Brexit plan and very little mention has been made of it in relation to …

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Green Schools Project – A conversation with Morgan Phillips

Morgan Phillips joined Green Schools Project as Associate Director and member of the advisory board in October 2016. He has great experience of environmental education from his role as Head of Eco-Schools England. He writes a regular blog and is now working freelance in this field. This is a conversation that we had for his blog. …

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