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Will we Change after the Pandemic

Posted by Jez on 05/05/2020

During this un-precendented time, many of us will be adjusing our daily lives. We are now no longer racing around in our cars burning fossil fuels , which are dropping in price due to supply and demand. We are reducing consumption of daily items and getting by on what we class as essentials, be that bread,milk and other basic food items. I hope theres a valuable lesson that we all take from this and reocgnise the simple , but effective prinicples of: ReduceRe-useRe-cycle M...Read more

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Bees need us

Posted by User not found on 10/06/2019

Engauge are looking to get involved in a community project to keep bees and harvest honey for the local community. Bee species are dying out and we can help them with these 10 things 1. Set up your bee garden now 2. Choose bee-friendly plants 3. Plant through the seasons to provide year-round bee habitat 4. Ask for advice on the best plants for bees 5. Plant a mix of bee-friendly seeds and grow plants, fruit and veg 6. Give bees shelter by letting the grass grow 7. Save the ...Read more

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Framework agreement

Posted by User not found on 19/04/2019

Dear All, its been a while but we are revisiting the engauge Project. We are working on a framework agreement for engauge members to access and purchase from covering the areas that your business / school organisation target for improvement.

For those who have had issues with access the site or registering , apologies. We have been fixing the errors and its looking good again.

best regards

The Engauge Team

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New Era for Engauge

Posted by Jez on 12/04/2015

The Engauge journey is set to continue, with the existing supporters and Jeremy Malet from Hassocks whom help pioneer the susgauge assessments from the early days of spreadsheet assessments to an online platform. Over the coming months, you will see new content, and hopefully opportunities that will evolve into something we can be proud of and further improve the sustainability of all environments that engauge with us.




Jeremy Malet

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Visiting Kenya

Posted by Alex Davidson on 10/03/2012

So, having got back from the other side of the world. We spent two weeks in Nabunga Secondar School on an exchange project with students, learning with them in classrooms and experiencing what schol life is like. While there we came to understand their ways of using their resorces as you might imagine these where very different to the ways we did. There were many silimarities though, Smauel (my exchange partner) like me walked to school every day. However students at The Weal...Read more

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