UK government publishes climate-focused education strategy
The UK government has today unveiled a new strategy detailing how the country's education sector will become a “world leader in climate change” by 2030.The Sustainability and Climate Change Strategy confirms plans to accelerate the rollout of carbon literacy training to support at least one sustainability lead in every nursery, school, college and un
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