RCE London at 10, holds webinars on Art, Education, Storytelling, Biodiversity and COP26

By Asitha Jayawardena

RCE London is celebrating 10 years since it was endorsed and admitted to the global RCE network (Regional Centre of Expertise for Education for Sustainable Development) by the United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS). As of the 4th of October 2021, UNU has 181 RCEs listed globally and 8 RCEs in the UK.

RCE London is established at London South Bank University (LSBU).

To commemorate this milestone year, RCE London is holding a virtual webinar series entitled ‘Sustainability and Beyond’ with the emphasis around the Sustainable Development Goals. The series has been curated in partnership with LSBU’s Sustainability Research Group and will include several guest speakers joining us to celebrate and share their expertise.

Check out the schedule below (starting at 5 pm):

30 Sept 2021

Art, Nature and Sustainability

By Dr Hugh Atkinson

21 Oct 2021

Education for Sustainable Development: past, present and future

Dr Vasiliki Kioupi Vasiliki, Professor Daniella Tilbury, Dr Jaya Gajparia and Professor Ros Wade

25 Nov 2021

Storytelling, documenting, inspiring

Professor Ros Wade and Sigfried Janzing

27 Jan 2022


Dr Neil Herrington

24 Feb 2022

After COP 26, where to next?

Dr Alan Winter and Lynn Vickery

To see the details of each event and to sign up, visit: https://rce-london-sustainability-and-beyond.eventbritestudio.com/

All events will be delivered virtually. They’re free to attend and everyone is welcome.

Note: This article appeared first in the RCE London News as below:

Celebrating 10 years, RCE London holds webinars on Art, Education, Storytelling, Biodiversity and COP26


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