Welcome to the Resource Hub!

This is a growing database of information, activities and educational resources to help us create a fairer, green future for all. The hub is an ever-evolving resource for educators, students, businesses and individuals to support action and learning. If you have any material to add, please submit via our contact us page.

The resources have been carefully chosen by experts in their field. We hope you find them useful.

Thanks to UWE Bristol and the Climate Change Education Research Network for supporting the Hub.

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  • For Businesses

Simple SDG Guide for Businesses

Find out how your business can work towards the Sustainable Development Goals.

All Goals
  • For Educators

Report: What role should global issues play in primary education?

Explore the influence of global issues on primary education.

4: Quality Education
  • For Businesses

Creating an engaging climate action plan with Bristol Green Capital

A guide to creating an engaging climate action plan for businesses.

8: Decent Work & Economic Growth9: Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure11: Sustainable Cities & Communities12: Responsible Consumption & Production13: Climate Action
  • For Educators
  • For Students

Fossil Fashion

A report about the heavy consumption of fossil fuels by the fashion industry and its impact on the transition towards a circular economy.

8: Decent Work & Economic Growth9: Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure12: Responsible Consumption & Production13: Climate Action
  • For Everyone

Arts and Refugees: History, Impact and Future

An insightful report from The Paul Hamlyn Foundation exploring the knowledge and understanding of arts and refugees.

3: Good Health & Well-Being10: Reduced Inequalities16: Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions
  • For Everyone

Inclusion Through Art

A practical guide for organisations that want to engage with young asylum seekers and refugees through media projects and participatory art.

5: Gender Equality10: Reduced Inequalities
  • For Educators
  • For Students

How Can the UK Lead the Way in Sustainable Fashion?

COVID-19 has shone a light on the unsustainable and unethical nature of fashion fashion. Here the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Ethics and Sustainability in Fashion (APPG) outlines how the UK government, industries and citizens can support sustainable fashion.

8: Decent Work & Economic Growth9: Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure12: Responsible Consumption & Production
  • For Businesses

A New Textiles Economy: Redesigning Fashion’s Future

A report by Ellen McArthur Foundation and Circular Fibres Initiative that provides a vision of new textiles industry based on the principles of a circular economy.

1: No Poverty5: Gender Equality6: Clean Water & Sanitation8: Decent Work & Economic Growth9: Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure12: Responsible Consumption & Production13: Climate Action17: Partnerships for the Goals

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