A Letter from a Pandemic

What could be the connection between the environmental degradation caused by our way of life and an increase in the number of pandemics? If a pandemic wrote a thank you letter to us for being a good host, what would it say and what advice might it give us to avoid something similar in the future? What can we change […]

How About a Meat-free Monday?

I’m delighted to share this lesson created by Clyde Fowle. Clyde created this lesson as his assignment for the online course Language Teaching for the Planet. He is a language teacher and a chef and has a vegetarian cooking blog with some mouth-watering recipes. This lesson reflects his interest in food, teaching and green issues Why not try it in […]

Zero Waste Cold and Flu Medicine

Have you ever wondered if the medicines we take for a cold might not be the best thing not only for ourselves but also for the planet? Here comes the YouTuber of Trash is for Tossers Lauren Singer with a solution! This lesson is ideal now as it’s chilly outside. For adults and teens A2 upwards. Download this lesson plan […]

Clean Air Day: I Like Clean Air

This lesson plan is based on the excellent campaign ‘I Like Clean Air’ in which London parents and kids  fight pollution. Students discuss air pollution, listen to a fantastic song created for the campaign, read and analyse a letter by a child requesting a change to improve air quality and learn how to write a letter asking for something to […]