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Our commitment

The Learning Curve has a long-standing commitment to sustainability and intends to achieve institution-wide excellence in contributing to a sustainable future.  The Learning Curve recognises that there are interrelated cultural, economic, social and technological, as well as environmental, dimensions to the sustainability agenda, which is itself continuously evolving.

We are committed to sustainable development and protecting the environment. We all know that the environment is one of the most pressing and challenging issues of our generation. We are working hard to make sure that our environmental impact is the absolute minimum and have set up an action plan to deal with the relevant issues. Our full environmental and sustainability policy can be downloaded below.

The Learning Curve's Environmental and Sustainability Policy

Useful links and resources:

10 Easy ways your organisation can go green (Ladder4learning Briefing Sheet)

 How to write an environmental policy (Business Link)

 Going green: charities and environmental responsibility (Charity Commission)

 Fairtrade 

Freecycle
Freecycle groups match people who have things they want to get rid of with people who can use them. Our goal is to keep usable items out of landfills

 Big Bright Future Trust (fomerly Green Standards Trust)
The Big Bright Future Trust exists to redistribute furniture and office equipment that big corporations want to dispose of and would otherwise be re-cycled or worse still end up in landfill.

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