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London Schools Eco Network



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The London Schools Eco Network (LSEN) was the first regional network to set up, starting with just two schools in Hammersmith in 2019. There are now over two dozen secondary schools involved from across the capital.


Students meet fortnightly for an hour on Thursday evenings to share ideas and resources, plan joint projects and hear about local initiatives. They also attend talks and other events together. Students produce joint newsletters and assemblies and run their own social media accounts. A staff group meets regularly online and in person. 


Calling London students and staff: get in touch if you’d like your school to join!
Note: students should ask a teacher to get in touch on their behalf or use a school email address copying in a teacher 

Videos for Youth Climate Summit 2020

LSEN promotional video for YCS 2020

LSEN Primary School Fast Fashion workshop for YCS 2020

Letters from the Future  


Letter from the Future by Tan-Yi, LSEN

Letter from the Future by Mila, LSEN

Letter from the Future by Sana, LSEN

Letter from the Future by Tian, LSEN

Careers Conversations: students interview sustainability professionals  


City Harvest, Friends of the Earth, Students Organising for Sustainability, Terracycle, M&S, Tesco, LEGO, Intercontinental Hotels Group and an artist

British Fashion Council, UpCircle Beauty, design and consulting company Stantec, university professor of sustainable consumption and production, Department for Environment, structural engineering

Riverford Organics, RWE Renewables, design and consulting company Stantec, PPL PWR collective, Giki carbon footprint app, COP26 Climate Champions Team, battery research and Green School Bali

Tesco, Soil Association, green jobs consultancy Lewis Davey, local government councillor and trustee of Heal Rewilding, UN Secretary General youth adviser on climate change and Green Party MP Caroline Lucas

Architecture & sustainability consultancy Green Gorilla



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