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Blog articles written exclusively for Learning for Sustainability Scotland

Seeking Nominations for the Learning for Sustainability Scotland Steering Group

Seeking nominations for the Learning for Sustainability Scotland Steering Group Deadline: Friday 15 December 2018 at 5pm Membership of our Steering Group is  for a two year term  and voting for new representation on the Steering Group will take place at this year’s AGM on 18 January 2018. If you would like to be part […]

Meet our Members: Fiona Ross, Carse of Gowrie Sustainability Group

In the first of our Meet our Members series, we meet: Fiona Ross – chair of the Carse of Gowrie Sustainability Group. Fiona is a hugely inspiring and positive member of the Learning for Sustainability Scotland network and plays an active part on our SDGs task group. Here she talks about her interest in the […]

The Sustainable Development Goals: it’s time for you to get involved!

On this day in 2015, 193 UN member states gathered in New York to sign up to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It’s the closest the world has come to a global strategy for tackling poverty, inequalities and climate change, and the SDGs have quickly become one of the world’s most talked about agendas. On […]

Blog: It’s Not Just About Learning – We Need Better Sustainability Careers Advice

Rebecca Petford lives in Fife and works for the Environmental Association for Universities and Colleges’ Scotland Office, based in Queen Margaret University in Musselburgh. EAUC support universities and colleges to meet their sustainability obligations and push further to make their environmental and social impacts increasingly positive, through training and networking events and development of tools […]

Blog: How Open Education materials can enhance the practice of learning for sustainability practitioners

Ronald MacIntyre lives and works in the West Highlands with his family. He has a long term research education and social justice background and balances working for the Open University with voluntary work in the community and running a small croft. In 2016 Ronald developed the Open Education Practices task group with other interested members of […]