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Latest News Article: London Sustainable Schools Map



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Is your school a sustainable school? Has it signed up to the interactive London Sustainable Schools Map (LSSM)? Based on advanced Google Maps technology, LSSM is much more than just a map: it is intended to foster a community of sustainable schools, encourage the award of Eco-Schools status, and provide termly opportunities to get involved with pan-London sustainability projects.

But LSSM is much more than just a map - it is intended to:

•        foster a community of sustainable schools

•        encourage the award of Eco-Schools status

•        and provide termly opportunities to get involved with pan-London sustainability projects.

LSSM is already pre-populated with every London school. Users can search on a borough or city-wide level by post-code, type of school or Eco-School award to see how schools in their area are performing.

The aim is to have a single point of contact for sustainability issues at every school in London, and to promote the sustainability agenda with a wide range of suggested projects every term from the London Sustainable Schools Forum.

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Those schools signed up to ‘Project Dirt’ also have the opportunity to share their online page with other schools.

It’s very easy to get started:

·        Go to: www.lssm.lgfl.net 

·        Log in with your LGfL USO login details

·        Update your school’s details

NB: only contact names will be published. E-mail addresses remain confidential and will only be used twice termly to share opportunities for sustainability funding, training, resources, ideas and support.

Imagine if every London school was a London Sustainable School…

Log in today to play your part in helping to achieve this aim.

Map link:

www.lss.lgfl.net

Further links:

http://www.londonsustainableschools.org/

http://www.eco-schools.org.uk/

http://www.projectdirt.com/

 

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