Our current education on the climate emergency is not good enough. Students aren't being prepared to face the effects of climate change, or taught to understand the solutions for a crisis that will most impact our generation. But we can change this.
Sustainability and climate change need to be taught across the curriculum, equipping generations to come with the skills and knowledge needed for the green jobs of the future. A broad climate education will empower every young person to contribute to a more resilient, sustainable society.
Use our 15 step checklist to help you work towards eating more sustainably
Make sure your university money is invested in the interest of students
Use your dissertation, placement or project as a force for good
Find out more about Invest for Change and get started campaigning!
Find out if your institution is ambitious enough in its climate commitments
Our podcast series with an intersectional take on the climate emergency
Audit teams for Green Impact - remotely from anywhere in the UK
Check out our compilation of intersectionality and sustainability resources
Our workshop supports students in choosing a more ethical bank account.
Volunteer, take part in competitions and view tips on sustainable living
Learn about how to sustainably move into the private rented sector
A learning and discussion group to further anti-oppression work
Make your accommodation more sustainable at university