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God’s Earth, He Cares, How should we?

A one day conference at Shrewsbury Baptist Church in Claremont Street. 22nd November 10.30am-3.30pm Being a Christian and caring for God’s creation can be a challenge especially in today’s society when we seem addicted to having as much stuff as

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Toilets for Churches in Kenya

It’s something we all take for granted in the UK. Being able to go to a clean toilet in our Churches and wash our hands afterwards. We sometimes moan, but these are luxury complaints about things such as the softness

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CHRISTIANITY AND SUSTAINABILITY

This is a one of EU funded Learner Workshop that SST are running with long term partners in Poland – Ziarno.   Both James and Ewa, the leader of Ziarno, have a personal Christian faith and are keen to explore how

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CoDeS

Is a network EU funded network project focusing on encouraging whole communty approaches to sustainability.

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NATURE FOR CARE – complete December 2012

Its great when a project becomes a programme and takes on a life of it’s own after the end of any funding scheme.  That is what has happened with Nature for Care.   Oakmeadow School and Holland Close residents are continuing

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TEACHER TRAINING IN KHANTY MANSISK IN RUSSIA – completed 2012

James is working with partners from St Petersburg and Moscow to advise and support the development of ESD in in Austonomous Republic of Ugra in the Russian Federation.  This Republic is a huge oil region but has a growing commitment

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CREATIVE APPROACHES TO SCIENCE LEARNING – ongoing

James is working with the University of Vilnius and the Ministry of Education to support the development of a manual and trainign course for teachers on integrating creative approaches to teaching into Science education – especially in areas of the

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LEAF – completed 2012

James worked with Marches Environment Agency and Bayston Hill Parish Council to write a project for the Local Enveryt Awareness Fund.  The project was successful and Bayston Hill has nearly £45000 to spend on energy efficiency awareness raising as well

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MDLS (pronounced muddles!) – completed 2013

Short for Music and Drama Learning for Sustainability this is a Comenius Bilaterial Schools partnership between Adcote School in the UK and a school in southern Austria near Graz.    Pupils and teachers from both schools will visit each other and

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Bike Scheme – ongoing

Sense&Sustainability has worked with Adcote School and Bayston Hill Parish Council to encourage the development of cycle to work and school projects!

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