Education Group

Eastbourne

HOW WE WORK

  • We are connected via WhatsApp group chat where you can always ask a question or request support

  • Core group meet once a month. The wider EEEN with all education institution members, parents and students meet every term

  • We offer free events for schools, colleges and educators

  • Taskforce Teams

    We are currently putting together different taskforce teams for each of the campaign we are launching from September, which include our education group members as well as relevant members from other working groups and practitioners and providers (eg Ovesco are part of solar panel team; Living Streets and SusTrans reps in Transport group). Each team will work together to create a package that will make it easy and attractive for education institutions to make eco-changes. In all this we cooperate with the Eco Schools Programme, which we encourage all EEEN members to join, helping Eastbourne institutions to gain Green Flags.

  • Rapid Transition Alliance

    During lockdown, we are providing schools with information about a series of eco Webinars for school children run by ECO Action Families.

Sign up for the next Webinar on Plastic Pollution
4th June 2020, 19.00-20.00

Government Announces UK is Failing on CO2 Emissions

Eastbourne Borough Council, like many other local authorities, has committed to do all it can to reduce carbon emissions in the town to net-zero by 2030 and has declared a climate emergency. However, much of this cannot be achieved without Government initiatives. Their advisers this week are warning that the UK is falling behind on its own target to cut greenhouse gas emissions and risks an increase in CO2 emissions now that the COVID-19 lockdown is easing.

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Pauline von Hellermann

Dr Pauline von Hellermann

Group Chair

James Murray

Eastbourne Councillor

Oliver Sterno

Plastic Free Eastbourne

To join the Education Group, please email Pauline von Hellermann. Join ECO Action mailing list to receive news and information from EEAN.