The impact that education can have on the environment
Sustainable education on the rise
3 top causes of emissions in education
Average education emissions
By analysing trends and data through Zellar Panorama, a
UK educational institution on average emits 84.5 tonnes of CO2
through their electricity and gas consumption per year.
What is a sustainable education?
Why is sustainability so important to education?
Incorporating sustainability into education is highly beneficial to the environment and the community.
It will help to educate individuals on climate change and inform them on the different ways in which we can reverse the damages caused as time goes on. On top of this, creating a sustainable world is also about social equality and economic growth.
How Zellar helps education
There is a programme unique to education, providing benchmarks, insights, behaviours, investments, and local offsets.
All in one place:
Education leaders can access all the key components that make up their sustainability programme in one place.
One annual payment:
We’re making sustainability accessible and affordable for all education with pricing starting at £125 per annum.
How does it work:
A simple sign-up process, leads education leaders into their custom sustainability programme that can be followed at their own pace.