Images that show 'real people' doing 'real work' help to generate a sense of climate solutions being integrated into daily life.
Pupils at Ringmer Community College are actively involved in environmental activities. The student Eco-Reps are given roles such as monitoring energy use, controlling the heating system, and pointing out departments that waste energy. Pupils have also been involved in the design of a new 6th form building, giving presentations about their work. The school generates some of its electricity from a 2.5 kW wind turbine and a 7.5 kW solar photovoltaic array.
WHAT IT SHOWS: wind turbine overlooking the sports grounds at Ringmer community college in East Sussex. The energy generated helps to power the school. Ringmer community college - 2008 Ashden Award winners.