Management Guide: Sustainable Settings

Created in response to readers who wanted ways to develop their sustainability credentials, this series, written by two Liverpool John Moores University academics and a practitioner, covers everything from sustainability as a form of global citizenship to energy saving techniques, funding, and the Passive House movement.

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Sustainability: Part one - How to become sustainable

In the first of a series on sustainable ideas for your setting, Sarah Emerson, head of education at Kids Love Nature, gives an overview of how managers can go green and save money in the process

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Sustainability: Part 2 - Taking the lead

In the second part of our sustainability series, Diane Boyd and Nicky Hirst of Liverpool John Moores University, and Sarah Emerson of Kids Love Nature, describe how leaders can start...

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Sustainability: Part 3 - Bees are buzzing in the trees

In the third part of our sustainability series, Diane Boyd and Nicky Hirst of Liverpool John Moores University, and Sarah Emerson of Kids Love Nature, look at two key elements – bees...

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Sustainability: Part 4 - Waste not

Sarah Emerson of Kids Love Nature, and Diane Boyd and Nicky Hirst of Liverpool John Moores University tackle waste in the latest part of our sustainability series

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Sustainability: Part 5 - Getting everybody involved

How can settings develop activities that involve the community and use sustainable resources, ask Kids Love Nature’s Sarah Emerson and Liverpool John Moores University’s Diane Boyd...

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Sustainability: Part 6 - For granted

How can you secure finance for sustainability projects? Kids Love Nature’s Sarah Emerson and Liverpool John Moores University’s Diane Boyd and Nicky Hirst explore some of the options...

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Sustainability: Part 7 - Laying the foundations

What is the Passive House building method, and why should you care? Kids Love Nature’s Sarah Emerson and Liverpool John Moores University’s Diane Boyd and Nicky Hirst explain