We asked Anna Bellinger, Footprint’s first Artist in Residence, about her art, interest in environmental issues and hopes in her new role.
We’re very happy to welcome guest blogger, Natalie Catchpole to the ELT Footprint blog. Natalie shares her personal response to the recent Eco ELT event held at Oxford University Press offices around the world and outlines three possible responses to eco-anxiety.
In our 8th post in the Greening ELT series, we’re very pleased to welcome Janet Aitchison. She shares a personal report on an interesting initiative from Oxford University Press: a two-week eco event for staff at offices around the world.
An early Christmas present! Seven free lessons about sustainability from Owain Llewelyn and the teachers on the materials writing course he held in November of this year.
We’d like to say a very big thank you to Jennifer Taylor for coming back to share an update on the TESOL France 2019 symposium in Lille. She first posted about TESOL’ France’s green initiatives in November in the run up to the symposium. Now she’s back to tell us how it went.
Yesterday (Friday December 6), I travelled to Madrid to join the climate march that was organized to coincide with the COP25 summit. According to the reports, there were more than 500,000 people at the march, and it was a humbling experience to be one small drop in that ocean of climate activism.