South Thames College Stepping Up in Sustainability project

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Between 2010 and 2013, LSIS has provided grants to support 63 projects which aim to develop, embed and disseminate effective approaches to sustainable development.

Each of these projects has developed a case study and, in many cases, resources and tools, which are now available for other providers to access, adopt, adapt and learn from, free of charge.

Below you can find details of the South Thames College project showcasing their case study.  Please feel free to download, use and adapt this resource - while acknowledging the authors - and to contact and engage with South Thames College to find out more. Contact details are provided within the case study.

South Thames College - Community Engagement on Green Skills and Low-carbon Zones

This project supported the engagement of the College with sustainability organisations within the local community, using the model of the Furzedown Low Carbon Zone to promote education for sustainable development in Wandsworth. It aimed to link South Thames College students with the local community as a strategy to develop green skills.