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Where next?

Now that we have completed the course, where do we go next? In this article, Dr Maria Sherrington provides some suggestions for further reading, etc.
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Now that you have completed the course, we are keen for you to continue your involvement with sustainability, both in terms of reading and expanding your knowledge, and in terms of implementing this thinking in your daily lives. Here are some suggestions of resources that will start you off:

Watch Nations United – Urgent Solutions for Urgent Times. This 30-minute film presents the facts, data, and opportunities we have as a human family to reimagine and reshape the future.

Sustainability is an international academic journal that offers access to articles on sustainability and sustainable development. The journal is open-access, which means that you can read the articles free of charge.

The Soil Association, the UK’s leading organic food and farming charity, provides 10 ways to cut your carbon footprint, which you may wish to tap into.

It would be great if you would share in the discussion below what you see as your next few steps in the sustainability realm.

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