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Earth Day: Schools are a crucial part of a growing global movement

This Earth Day 2021, the international day of environmental action, an estimated one billion people will come together across the planet around the theme…

Climate action in schools: Ideas to reduce your carbon impact

Reducing your school’s carbon emissions is not as difficult as it may seem. Alex Green from the Let’s Go Zero campaign outlines some inspiring…

Tips for cutting carbon and slashing energy bills

Lowering energy use in old buildings, or ensuring new ones are energy efficient, is one of the main routes to becoming a zero carbon…

Zero Carbon Schools by 2030

The Eco Team at St Francis Xavier School explain their work. The school has joined the Let’s Go Zero campaign, which is uniting schools…

International Women’s Day – 10 sustainable school champions

On International Women’s Day, inspiring teachers and their students share what they are doing to create green schools up and down the UK, and…

We can have sustainable schools if we pull together

The best place to start the green revolution is in our schools, say Mathilde Iveson and Amelie Nichols We’ve been honoured to be called…

Yorkshire ‘Greta’ Calls On Her MP Rishi Sunak To Support School’s Journey To Zero Carbon

A 14-year old student, Mathilde Iveson, from St Francis Xavier School in Richmond, North Yorkshire, has written to her MP, Rt Hon Rishi Sunak…

Hey teachers – leave those kids a green school.

The New Scientist turns to Let’s Go Zero, the new campaign to decarbonise schools, in their latest Fix the Planet newsletter. What are schools…

Schools are being asked to go Zero Carbon – how realistic is that aim?

The Telegraph looks at how schools can achieve their Let’s Go Zero pledge to go zero carbon by 2030. As well as taking action…