The Centre for Sustainable Futures based at the University of Plymouth is a CETL that ‘aims to put Sustainability at the centre of the thinking and doing of the University and also the wider national and international community.' Their website provides an impressive range of resources and the curriculum section includes a range of activities suitable for use with students, in addition to discussions of pedagogy for sustainability.
The Centre for Active Learning based at the University of Gloucestershire is a CETL working to engage students in active learning. Strands of their work relate to sustainability and they have published a text ‘Greener by Degrees: Exploring Sustainability through Higher Education Curricula.' It has 37 chapters exploring different aspects of sustainability in the undergraduate and postgraduate curriculum in a range of disciplines, and can be purchased through the centre. Chapters can be downloaded through their website or the book purchased through their website. Information on CeAL can be found at the Centre for Active Learning Website and on their Publication Page.
UNESCO designated the years 2005 to 2014 as the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development. The UNESCO education website includes extensive resources and reports on sustainability. Their Education for Sustainability Manual provides an excellent introductory resource and a comprehensive overview. In 2011 UNESCO also launched the National Journeys Towards Education for Sustainable Development, a publications series that aims at documenting the way societies engage in learning and education to address the sustainability challenges of our time.
The Sustainability Research Institute at the University of Leeds adopts an interdisciplinary approach to sustainability and investigates:
The Higher Education Academy runs an ESD Project and this includes an email list for those seeking to keep up to date with events and ideas. The project is currently running a change programme called Green Academy: Curricula for Tomorrow during which it will work closely with eight HEI's to develop their sustainability strategies.
The HEA ESD Project has published a report on First-year student attitudes towards, and skills in, sustainable development.
Student Force is a charitable organisation that supports young people in learning about sustainability of communities and employability through placements, volunteering and careers advice.
For those interested in food, well being and gastronomy, Slow Food is likely also to be of interest.
The Journal of Sustainability Education is a free online journal which serves as a forum for academics and practitioners to share, critique, and promote research, practices, and initiatives that foster the integration of economic, ecological, and social-cultural dimensions of sustainability within formal and non-formal educational contexts.
Beginning in 2010, the HEFCE-funded initiative 'Leading sustainable development in higher education' is supporting eleven sustainable development projects in the higher education sector.