Developing collaborative approaches to climate education and environmental activism
Sustainability Partnerships works to increase awareness, promote informed opinion, and encourage constructive engagement on matters around the climate and ecological emergency. We build close working partnerships to expand and diversify our combined influence.
We are a not-for-profit organisation based in Edinburgh, Scotland, which exists to raise awareness and promote education about climate change and environmental issues. We work in tandem with young people and a number of partner organisations to foster wider community understanding and engagement on these important issues.
A major part of the work of Sustainability Partnerships is to develop platforms which 'give voice' to people on the climate and environmental issues that matter the most to them.
We strongly believe that we can be more effective by working in partnership with others. Here are some of the people we are currently working with. If you would like to get in touch with any of them, please tell us using the contact form below.
We have been working closely with the following people on the 1.5 MAX project. 1.5 MAX is a range of online and classroom climate education initiatives connecting international schools together to learn about the local, regional, and global impacts of climate change. 1.5 MAX is a school-centred approach to creating positive change on climate issues that matter most to young people and their communities.
- Michael Wilkie
Quality Improvement Officer, South Lanarkshire Council.
- Stephen Gillhooley
Quality Improvement Officer, City of Edinburgh Council
- David Maxwell
Quality Improvement Officer, Dumfries and Galloway Council
- Education Scotland
- Kirsten Leask
Learning For Sustainability Scotland
- Emma Yule
2050 Climate Group
- Joanne Craven
Serious gaming and research communication
We would like to thank all of our partner organisations and supporters for joining us in their ongoing commitment to a sustainable future for all.