Cultivating Pathways wins international award!


Cultivating Pathways to Sustainability
a project launched from VTLFF in partnership with Shelburne Farms, a keystone member of the Greater Burlington Sustainability Education Network, has been recognized as a Flagship Project by the United Nations Regional Centers of Expertise (RCE) for Education for Sustainability!

2018 RCE Awards for Innovative Projects on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)

Established in 2012, the RCE Award celebrates projects and programmes on ESD within the Global RCE Network, honouring RCEs who have made outstanding contributions to address local sustainable development challenges in their regions. 

The Award recognises projects and programmes that bridge local and global perspectives on sustainable development, those that engage with transformative learning and research, and initiatives that contribute to community engagement, research & development and capacity development of stakeholders and partners.

The winners of the seventh annual RCE Awards, presented at the 11th Global RCE Conference held in Cebu, Philippines from 7-9 December, 2018 covered projects across the SDGs and themes of Disaster Risk Reduction, Traditional Knowledge, Agriculture, Arts, Curriculum Development, Ecotourism, Forests/trees, Plants & Animals, and Waste. 

Congratulations to Lindsey Halman, Jen Cirillo and Kate Toland who launched CPS together in the fall of 2016! (Read more: Shelburne Farms Blog)