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International award success for Learning for Sustainability Scotland and partners

Wed 30th November 2022 - Blog Posts, LfS Scotland Updates, News, RCE Network, Sustainable Development Goals

We’re delighted to share our recent success in the 2022 Regional Centres of Expertise in Education (RCE) Awards for Innovative Projects on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD).

Our ‘Agents of Change Toolkit’ received an ‘Outstanding Flagship Project’ award, and our ‘Connecting Youth Work and Learning for Sustainability’ initiative received an ‘Acknowledged Flagship Project’ award.


‘Learning, unlearning and re-learning’: reflections on COP27

Mon 28th November 2022 - Blog Posts, News, Sustainable Development Goals

Dr Beth Christie, Senior Lecturer in Moray House School of Education at the University of Edinburgh, was a delegate at COP27. In this video, she reflects on her experiences at the Conference – and what it means for learners, educators and enablers of learning across the world:


‘What I did in my holidays’ by Laura, aged 36: reflections from the 2022 RCE Europe Regional Meeting

Wed 9th November 2022 - Blog Posts, Courses & Events Summaries, News, RCE Network

Laura Curtis-Moss is Vice-Chair of the Learning for Sustainability Scotland Steering Group and our Youth Co-ordinator. In this blog, she reflects on her recent participation in the 2022 RCE Europe Regional Meeting.


Now open to our members: nomination process for places on the Learning for Sustainability Scotland Steering Group

Thu 27th October 2022 - LfS Scotland Updates, News

Deadline: 5pm 27 November 2022 Would you like to play a part in shaping the work of Learning for Sustainability Scotland by joining our Steering Group? As a member of… [read more]


Learning for Sustainability and ‘Putting Young People at the Centre’

Thu 6th October 2022 - Blog Posts, Courses & Events Summaries, Further and Higher Education, Policy Advice and Responses, Schools and early learning & childcare settings, Uncategorised

This is a time of change for Scotland’s education system. The Scottish Government and COSLA have launched the ‘most inclusive ever discussion on education in Scotland, with learners playing a… [read more]


Join Scotland’s National Discussion on Education

Sun 25th September 2022 - Communities, Further and Higher Education, LfS Scotland Updates, News, Policy Advice and Responses, Schools and early learning & childcare settings, Uncategorised

The Scottish Government is inviting everyone who has an interest in the future of Scotland’s education system to join the National Discussion on Education, The Discussion was launched on September… [read more]


Campus Rewilding in the UN Decade of Ecosystem Restoration (2021-30)

Sun 25th September 2022 - Blog Posts, Schools and early learning & childcare settings

LfSS Steering Group member Duncan Zuill shares more about his campus rewilding project. This is an update from his last LfSS blog post. In 2017, I convinced my school of… [read more]


Autumn 2022: Join the sustainability conversation

Mon 12th September 2022 - Blog Posts, Communities, Courses & Events Summaries, News

This autumn, Learning for Sustainability Scotland is delighted to be working with The University of Edinburgh, General Teaching Council for Scotland, British Council, SCOREscotland and the Climate Sisters (supported by… [read more]


Collaboration to scale up community action on sustainability

Tue 23rd August 2022 - Blog Posts, Communities, Courses & Events Summaries, Sustainable Development Goals

Many public sector bodies, including local authorities, have a mandate to support sustainability action and to facilitate community engagement in their regions. At the same time, many community-led initiatives and… [read more]


The value of engaging college staff in sustainability

Thu 11th August 2022 - Blog Posts, Further and Higher Education, News

(This blog post was originally shared on the College Development Network website on 11 August 2022.) In this latest blog post, Betsy King from LfS Scotland and Lucy Patterson from EAUC Scotland share the… [read more]