SEEF is a network of active people committed to working to improve the quality of Environmental Education and Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship (ESDGC) throughout Swansea. The SEEF network provides access to a wealth of knowledge, skills, experience and resources.
SEEF can offer a range of services and resources to schools, youth and adult groups, businesses, the general public and other organisations. These include:
- Environmental Education and Education for Sustainable Developement and Global Citizenship (ESDGC)
- Resources and Information
- Advice and Support
- Directories of Environmental Education and Education for ESDGC provision in Swansea
Created in February 1999, SEEF has developed into a network of over 50 individuals from statutory, non-statutory, voluntary and private sector organisations that exchange information, work in partnership and meet on a regular basis to develop a strategy for Environmental Education and ESDGC in Swansea. SEEF members include:
- Charities (local and national)
- Council Departments
- Government Agencies
- Educational Establishments
Aims and Objectives
SEEF aims to support, promote and coordinate quality Environmental Education and Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship at all levels throughout Swansea. SEEF achieves this through:
Networking and the exchange of ideas and information.
Developing partnership projects.
Sharing best practice.
Developing a stategic approach.
Promoting and coordinating events and activities.
Identifying and sharing local resources and support.
Influencing and changing policy.
Facilitating communication between providers and users and identifying local needs.