15 January 2013
Sustrans’ Big Pedal campaign is back for 2013, and it promises to be even bigger and better than ever before.
08 January 2013
This New Year why not resolve to waste less! To give you some inspiration here are Eco-Schools top 10 tips for reducing your school waste that might also help contribute to your Eco-Schools work.
07 January 2013
A letter and special appeal for your help from Phil Barton, the chief executive of Keep Britain Tidy.
04 January 2013
The four year partnership, between Eco-Schools and Lincolnshire County Council, to deliver the SCoRE programme (Schools Collaboration on Resource Efficiency) to all schools in Lincolnshire is off to a flying start. See the progress they've made already and read a case study.
20 December 2012
To get ready for next term’s Waste Week campaign, here are our top tips to make your Christmas time less wasteful, but just as enjoyable.
19 December 2012
There’s an international theme to the winter edition of The Blue Marble magazine. From food to forestry, from drought to jobs, there is something to interest everybody. Read the magazine online here
17 December 2012
The upcoming Eco-Schools conferences, being held around the country in the new year, will be hosted by our Ambassador Schools. This is sure to add even more benefit to an already inspiring set of conferences.
12 December 2012
A big thank you and congratulations to all those schools that have taken part in the Pod’s Switch-Off Fortnight campaign over this year. There has been an amazing response to this year’s campaign with over 4200 schools signed up and still counting!
10 December 2012
This year’s Royal Forestry Society Schools Award is open for entries and looking for inspirational educational projects that promote learning about trees from counties stretching from Worcestershire to Cumbria.
06 December 2012
Endeavouring to streamline the registration process for Eco-Schools and align it to Local Authority data, we are now using a strict criteria for new schools registering with the programme. Eco-Schools will now use the Department of Education's live database model to establish whether registrants will be approved or declined. Any schools not included in this database can still be involved by joining the Eco-Centres programme.