Students from five Cornish schools and colleges are learning about the commercial benefits of sustainability as they work as ‘green consultants’ for local businesses. The students aged between 16 and 21 have started work on projects to find creative solutions to real-life sustainability questions to enable the businesses they’re working with to reduce their energy consumption and investigate renewable energy options. The activity is part of the Schools for Intelligent Energy Use (SIEU) Project – a European project funded by …READ MORE »
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