Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) – an un/predictable education in Northern Ireland?

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This paper presents findings from an evaluation of Ulster Wildlife’s Grassroots Challenge Project, together with young people’s views, opinions and concerns about environmental issues and actions, which will be used to inform future work. The majority of young people said they want to make a difference for nature but cited a lack of opportunities and/or the promotion of existing ones as a major issue, citing the need for better provision through school. They call on policy makers and stakeholders to take notice, and make more opportunities available. Now is the time for action and we are lucky to have a strong army of young people who are willing and able to fight for our planet!
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusUnpublished - 21 May 2021
EventUn/Predictable Environments : Politics, Ecology and Agency - virtual
Duration: 20 May 202121 May 2021


ConferenceUn/Predictable Environments
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