ELT Footprint: Who? What? Why?

ELT Footprint is a blog is for people from all walks of the ELT world. We'll be posting about initiatives, projects, campaigns, victories and ideas about how to reduce our climate/carbon/plastic footprints across the ELT profession. We'll also be sharing links to teaching resources and materials designed to raise awareness and, more importantly, to prompt action. There are some excellent resources out there so we need to make sure they get as wide a reach as possible. Get in touch if you'd like to write a guest blog post or you have some resources you'd like us to share and please spread the word among teachers, trainers, writers, publishers, language school owners and anyone else who will listen. We're all in this together!
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Guest post: Calculating your Conference’s Carbon Footprint (JALT)

A big thank you to the JALT(Japan Association for Language Teaching) Environmental Committee , Jennie Roloff Rothman (chair), Mark Brierley and Brent Simmonds for putting together this detailed and fascinating report on how they set about calculating the various aspects of conference organisation that contribute to the global carbon footprint of their national event in November 2019. A must-read for anyone looking to do the same with their event, ELT or otherwise.

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World Wildlife Day 2020

In this short post, we share some ideas for how we can mark this special day in class and use it as an opportunity to encourage our students to appreciate the wonders and diversity of our natural world.

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