How Natural Change has helped people do what matters to them.
The BA in Contemporary Performance Practice at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland is total immersion in a challenging programme with a central philosophy that human beings make art in order to understand better the world in which they live. The programme was significantly shaped by Natural Change.
In 2014 the UN Decade for Education for Sustainable Development drew to a close and Scotland was recognised by UNESCO as a world leader in Learning for Sustainability in schools. With the help of Natural Change, the country had made a fundamental shift, from an approach that relied largely on the commitment of outstanding individual […]
The first of its kind, Cornwall’s environmental growth strategy introduces the concept of environmental growth, shifting away from associating the environment as something to be protected, instead celebrating our relationship with the rest of nature as positive and vital. This work was led by a Rachael Bice, a senior manager in the Council, whose novel […]
Inspired by her participation in a Natural Change project, Principal Teacher Roseleen Shanley transformed sustainability educational practice across Bucksburn Academy. Through her work the Aberdeen comprehensive secondary school were runners up twice in the Eco Schools competition in their first two years of participation (the winning primary schools had many years of experience); developed a […]