The right of everyone to access environmental information, right to participate in environmental decision-making and the right to challenge public decisions and access justice in environmental matters - the Aarhus Convention - entered into force in European Union countries on 30 October 2001, but what does it mean for us?
The Samuel Lindow Foundation, working in partnership with West Lakes Academy and two other local secondary schools, has brought a Chinese Language Assistant to West Cumbria to teach Chinese and enrich other subjects throughout this year.
The Samuel Lindow Foundation is funding a PhD studentship to investigate 'Coastal Communities, Tourism And Energy: A Critical Relationship' in the University of Central Lancashire's School of Sport, Tourism & the Outdoors, and based in West Cumbria. Applications are invited.
On Friday (6th July 2012), Sir Tony Cunningham MP for Workington and Shadow Minister for International Development, spoke to sixth-form pupils at Cockermouth School about Africa and international development.
The Samuel Lindow Foundation would like to thank everyone involved with the Whitehaven Festival for making our Theatre of Science a success - from the festival organisers, the Science Museum and the National Nuclear Laboratory - all played a part in realising our vision of a fun, educational event at the heart of the Festival.
The Samuel Lindow Foundation will be right at the heart of the Festival in Whitehaven this year, to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd June.
A key theme in the Samuel Lindow Foundation’s (SLF) charitable mission is global citizenship. To address this, the SLF is organising a lecture and discussion series focusing on the role of the University in developing and maintaining ‘globalised’ localities – and individuals. This series is being organised by the SLF with Policy Network and in collaboration with the UCLan Applied Policy Sciences Unit.
The programme for the Spring 2012 lecture series has been finalised, and we have an exciting range of talks by academics and professionals across a range of subjects, all held in collaboration with professional bodies.
The Samuel Lindow Foundation is building upon the success of its Science Day in 2010, and West Cumbria Science Festival in 2011, by holding an awe-inspiring, interactive Theatre of Science in 2012 as a part of the Whitehaven Festival (01-02 June 2012), celebrating the Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.