At E3 we take our corporate social responsibilities very seriously. Given the current climate crisis facing our planet, environmental conservation and sustainability is something we hold very close to our hearts. We are proud to be collaborating with Sky Ocean Rescue and Take 3 For the Sea as well as our partnered Turtle Rescue foundations around the world.
A key part of our E3 mission is to inspire today’s young minds to appreciate the wonder of our natural world and to cultivate an attitude of protection, balance and sustainability. We want to play our part in helping our future leaders to shape a future of which we can all be proud.
We aim to achieve this at E3 by embedding environmental education in to all our classroom-based curricula, covering topics from Managing Human Impact to Habitat Protection and Ethical Living. These classes will be complemented with hands-on activities such as beach cleans at our Blue Flag beaches, hiking in the National Parks with expert guides and bespoke field study sessions along the UK’s stunning south coast.
Students will also be given the opportunity to develop their own campaign to increase conservation awareness. They will create original creative materials and short video documentaries, which will be shared across social media as part of the #PassOnPlastic campaign, a worldwide initiative launched by Sky Ocean Rescue.
We practice what we teach.
Environmental awareness forms one of the key pillars of our educational programmes.
At E3 Study we commit to:
- Limiting single-use plastics to an absolute minimum
- Recycling or reusing goods wherever possible
- Ethically sourcing suppliers
- Providing a balanced food and drink offering
- Locally sourcing food and drink as much as possible
- Aiming for a paperless head office
- Sourcing energy from a ‘green’ supplier
- Offsetting any CO2 created by our programmes
- Donating a portion of our profits to our selected conservation partners
“We don’t need a handful of people doing zero waste perfectly. We need millions of people doing it imperfectly.” Anne Marie Bonneau, Zero Waste Chef.