Who is water? Making the case for environmental personhood
Educational write Laura J. Peskin, based in New York, shares this article with us about Personhood and its implications. (Image by Andrea_44 shared under cc-by-2.0)
Act now – together
Phil Hazell shares a powerful and personal post about what galvanised her into taking action on climate change and how she and her colleagues are advocating for, and bringing about change in their workplace.
3 Free lesson plans! Because #ELTCanDoEco!
A huge thank you to Emily Bryson for sharing her post (and her lesson plans) here on our blog. And for taking up the gauntlet of the #ELTCanDoEco challenge!
Creating a Greener Mindset
Harry Waters talks to us about ways we can take action, make a difference in our classrooms and foster a greener mindset in our students.
Katherine Bilsborough and Ceri Jones extend an invitation to join in a new ELT Footprint campaign collecting examples of Can-do statements that straddle environmental competencies and linguistic learning outcomes.
Introducing the ELT Community Survey
Calling all ELT Footprinters! We’re sharing a survey which explores what teachers are doing in the classroom to promote environmental issues. The survey is headed up by Sarah Mercer and Nayr Ibrahim with the support of ELT Footprint and will be available until June 30. Please read on to find out how you can help!
Happy birthday! ELT Footprint is Two Today!
Two years ago today the ELT Footprint community was founded when we first opened our group on Facebook. Share your stories with us to celebrate our second anniversary!
Why we should all speak out for sustainability
Harry Waters, teacher, teacher trainer, materials writer and member of the ELT Footprint community, shares an insider’s view on an interesting new materials-sharing initiative.
Give your lessons a sustainability twist!
10 ways to integrate the key issue of our time into our day-to-day teaching. Do you know more ways? Let us know!