In our fourth post in the Greening ELT series, we’d like to say a big thank you to Jemma Hillyer and Helen Holwill at ELT Freelancers for sharing information on the how they are reducing the environmental impact of their ELT Freelancers Awayday in January 2020. (Click on the link to find out more about the event).Continue reading “Greening ELT: ELT Freelancers Awayday 2020”
Join ELT Footprint in our support for the Global Climate Strike!
As thousands of people around the world plan to join forces to raise awareness of the climate crisis in a week of climate action, starting with the international school strike on September 20 and culminating in the global climate strike on September 27, we’d like to invite ELT Footprint community members to join in from wherever you are in the world, taking whichever non-violent action you believe can have the most impact.Continue reading “ELT Footprint & the Global Climate Strike”
This is the second part in a two-part blog post by Katy Cory-Wright about a regeneration project she and her husband have undertaken in Ecuador. In part 1, Katy describes how the project came about. In Part 2, she shares a fascinating insider’s view on the practicalities of land regeneration,Continue reading “Guest post: The Accidental Andean Land Project – part 2”
We’re very happy to welcome Kate Cory-Wright to the blog. Kate is a teacher, trainer and materials writer based in Ecuador. She is a founding member of our Facebook group . In the first of a series of two blog posts, she explains how she set up the Accidental Andean Land Project. (You can read part 2 here.)