As a member organisation, it’s our role to bring people together to work on key areas of interest. Together we form task groups which encompass a wide range of topics and outcomes.
The work carried out by Learning for Sustainability Scotland aligns with all 17 of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). We believe we have a part to play as a membership organisation to roll out the aims and values of the SDGs across Scotland, across all sectors.
Our members, too, are finding more ways to align with the SDGs and we are always looking for ways to help promote our members work.
Read all of our reports and documents on this useful page. Click here to view. Please note – this part of the site is still in development. Please email our main office if there is a report you can’t find.
We offer a wide range of professional learning opportunities for teachers and educators in Scotland to enhance their practice by incorporating LfS into their educational settings. Visit our events section for the latest updates on professional learning courses.
The next round of this course begins on 22nd March 2019. Click here for more information.
To be kept up to date with this course – and all of our courses – sign up to become a member. It’s free to join.
RCE Scotland/LfS Scotland is delighted to have been invited to take part in consultancy work that supports our members’ aims and objectives. We have worked on in-depth, independent reviews of programmes for large organisations and we have consulted on projects that include learning for sustainability. We also work with organisations to develop their lfs activities and we can deliver workshops or talks on lfs and the SDGs. If you’d like to speak to us about consultancy work, delivering workshops, or presenting at an event or meeting – on any other projects or plans you need help with, please contact the staff team and we will be happy to chat things though.
Learning for Sustainability Scotland has released a number of reports offering advice to our members on relevant policy issues and responding to particular political events.
These reports are free to use for our members and are for sharing among networks, colleagues and anyone who is interested. Please do make sure that Learning for Sustainability Scotland is credited whenever the reports and documents are used and we are always happy to hear how they’ve benefited you so please keep in touch to let us know when you’ve used something.
If you would like us to respond formally to an area of policy or a specific issue, please drop us a line: Abi Cornwall, Development Officer.
UNESCO Position Paper on the Future of ESD (November 2018)
Learning for Sustainability Scotland provided a response to the UNESCO position paper. Read the full response here.
Response to the College Development Network’s draft revised Professional Standards for College Lecturers
EAUC-Scotland and Learning for Sustainability Scotland submitted a joint response to the standards draft. Read the response here.
We have hosted and partner-hosted some truly inspiring and insightful events since we began as Learning for Sustainability Scotland in 2013.
This part of the site is in development and will be updated soon.