Class act! New £10m initiative to help decarbonise schools across England

A total of 30 climate advisors in nine regions of England will provide support and guidance to schools and colleges to achieve zero carbon by 2030

‘Gen Z rely on social media for their green education’

Just 21% of those born in the last 25 years cite their teachers and schools as their source for sustainability information, a study reveals

‘Kids on Christian curriculum textbooks told climate denial’

Researchers state that at least 11 UK schools use this curriculum, which originates from 1970s Texas

UK schools awarded energy efficiency grants

Schools and colleges in England will be allocated a share of £500 million to spend on energy efficiency upgrades

Let’s Go Zero: IKEA seeks ideas from children to make UK schools more sustainable

The retailer is working with the Let’s Go Zero campaign, which aims to help all 32,000 schools in the UK reach zero by 2030

‘Turn your engine off outside schools’

A campaign to stop engine idling has seen a 38% reduction

More than 60% UK schools exceed healthy levels of air pollution

These levels are driven by rush hour traffic, research shows

Are British school classes filled with CO2?

Nearly one-in-eight schools and colleges have “too high” levels of carbon dioxide, according to a government survey

Bethnal Green school gets solar installation

It is part of a £673,000 council-funded scheme to make schools more sustainable

What’s being done to help schools transition to net zero?

Listen to our latest podcast with EQUANS’ Mark Dolling on the ‘School Zero’ project – set up to help get schools on a greener pathway