We talked to Pearson and BBC Studios about sustainability and how they are working together to provide English language learners with the skills and knowledge they need to change the world. His passion for teaching and obsession with sustainability led him to create Renewable English, an online English course that offers free courses and materials to raise awareness about climate change around the world. Whether you’re a student looking to expand your skills and knowledge to successfully discuss important environmental issues in English, or an educator looking to offer your students an international project on a topic that really interests them, there’s something for everyone. You’ll have the opportunity to join the conversation with Pearson English, BBC Studios, and teachers and students from around the world. Teachers and students have access to ready-to-use English resources on these topics and can participate in ongoing conversations through our digital channels. Jane is Pearson’s director of global marketing for English Language Learning. As an internal investigations specialist at BBC Studios, she helps integrate sustainability into a range of activities, including operations, facilities management and production of programs, live shows and products. Erica is vice president of sustainability at Pearson and has more than 20 years of experience in education, policy development and public affairs. The director of Pearson and BBC Live is the recipient of the British Council’s ELTons 2020 Award for Innovation in Learning Resources. From there, she moved into the world of EFL publishing, where she held positions in marketing and digital publishing as well as marketing intelligence, research and training before joining Pearson in 2017. Throughout the project, there will be a series of virtual events and discussions combining Pearson training materials with BBC Studios content. Find out how you can get involved online on April 22, World Environment Day, at 3 p.m. (UK time). Together, we will help students and educators around the world advocate for a more sustainable future and stimulate action on key environmental issues. She holds a BA in English, an MA in online and distance education, and lives in London, UK.