A New Year’s Resolution: Education for the UN Sustainable Development Goals
Professor John Sandars Everyone is aware of the local, national and global challenges that face our lives and our planet. These challenges do not only include the ravages of climate and environmental change but also the need for social justice and universal health coverage. The recent COP 26 summit highlighted that we may have […]
COP26, Local Climate Action and TV: What can be done in Liverpool?
Dr Elke Weissmann Many people concerned about climate change will say that COP26 ended up being a bit of a disappointment. We do want to do something. The problem is that we do not always know what we need to do, or perhaps how simple it is to do something, not just as individuals, but […]
Can Poetry Help us Articulate the Universal as Personal?
Victoria Inyang-Talbot As the spotlight lands firmly on the upcoming COP26 Climate Summit in Glasgow, I have reached into my poetry collection and dwelt a little on the poems that tell stories of my relationship with the world around me. John Clare’s All Nature Has A Feeling could not resonate more. We are grappling with […]
The Sustainability Festival is coming… be prepared to connect, engage and be inspired.
Prof Christopher Dent The University’s Sustainability Festival – taking place Monday 1 to Friday 5 November – is a chance for everyone at Edge Hill and beyond to come together to feel part of a collective of people that want to make our world a better, more sustainable place. It coincides with the first week […]