Brocks Hill Environmental Centre. Exciting building showing energy saving techniques. Courses, cafe and environmental areas. Great sundial using a body! April 2005. Attribution: John Tomlinson
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This article focuses on information specific to United Kingdom. Please see our Education for sustainability page for a topic overview.

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Networks[edit | edit source]

UK Youth Climate Coalition[edit | edit source]

The UK Youth Climate Coalition (UKYCC) is a non-profit youth organisation in the United Kingdom. The organisation is run entirely by unpaid volunteers, who are all aged 18 to 29.

Formed in 2008, the mission of the organisation is to inspire, empower and mobilise a coalition of UK youth organizations and young people to take positive action on climate change. To achieve their aims and objectives, the organisation provides training to young people on public narration whilst coordinating a series of projects, campaigns and events each year, including youth delegations to the United Nations Climate Negotiations. W

The organisation is supported by a coalition of non-governmental organizations.

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Funding[edit | edit source]

The magic of Solar Schools
Authors: Possible (formerly 10:10 Climate Action)

Solar Schools, Project now closed according to website, Sep 2016. Community fund raising scheme for renewable energy projects. Each school has its own webpage where parents, ex-pupils, local businesses, and other supporters can buy squares of a 'virtual' solar roof. Once they have raised the total cost of the solar roof, they can erect it. The idea is that the solar roofs will help the schools reduce their carbon footprint, turn a profit from the renewable energy it sells and provide the children with a platform for learning about clean energy. W

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News and comment[edit | edit source]


  • Five ways the new sustainability and climate change strategy for schools in England doesn’t match up to what young people actually want, The Conversation (May 04, 2022)


Half of all UK schools could readily roll out School Streets, report says, Jan 12[1]


💚 Universities should be drivers of local sustainability, Dec 12[2]

'We deserve to be taught about it': why students want climate crisis classes.[3] Sep 28

Pupils draft their own climate bill as anxiety grows over lack of guidance for schools.[4] Feb 11



New climate emergency network launched to link schools across B&NES[5] Dec 23...Bath

England region plans world-first for climate change teaching[6] Jul 30...North East England


Schools are going green and here is how, Sep 12[7]


From garden to plate: how schools benefit from growing their own produce, Mar 15[8]

Campaigns[edit | edit source]

  • Adult Conversations, campaign for 2021 which will incorporate a set of events with aims including: Put 'community' back into adult education.

Climate emergency[edit | edit source]

  • Let's Go Zero 2030, national campaign demanding government backing for zero carbon schools added 15:09, 2 November 2020 (UTC)

Events[edit | edit source]


June 10
Brake's Giant Walk for schools

May 18 - 22
Walk to School Week
Living Streets

March 2 - 20
The Big Pedal, Cycle campaign for schools

February 9 - 15
Go Green Week, National week of action on climate change in schools, colleges and universities.
People & Planet

See also[edit | edit source]

local information can be found, or shared, via our many UK location pages

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