Year: 2019

NUS and Green Schools Project Pupil Environmental Attitude Survey Year 2

CLICK HERE FOR LINK TO THE SURVEY AND TEACHER CONSENT FORM The NUS and Green Schools Project are running a survey to find out about pupil attitudes towards and experiences of environmental sustainability in schools. This year, we are being supported by RSPB, Friends of the Earth, WWF and the UK Student Climate Network to …

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Change The Debate – Schools Climate Conference

Change The Debate – Schools Climate Conference Wednesday 3rd July, 2019 UCL, Christopher Ingold Building, 20 Gordon Street, London, WC1H 0AJ #changethedebate ‘The most important thing you can do to fight climate change is talk about it.’ Professor Katherine Hayhoe Climate breakdown is the greatest fight in human history and the effects will be felt …

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Morgan Phillips Thoughts on Schools Sustainability Survey

Morgan Phillips, Associate Director of Green Schools Project gives his thoughts on the NUS and Green Schools Project Schools Sustainability Survey. The report acknowledges this limitation: ‘It is likely that those schools that did respond [to the survey questionnaire] are those at the more engaged end of the spectrum when it comes to environmental sustainability …

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NUS and Green Schools Project Schools Sustainability Survey Report

In the Autumn term 2018 Green Schools Project and NUS launched a research pilot to better understand the views and experiences of young people in Years 5 to 13 on environmental sustainability. 2,990 pupils responded, and the plan is to repeat the survey each year to track changes in attitudes over time. Most of the findings …

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