Black Mountains College | For future generations.
We know we must transform our societies, values and politics to transition to a sustainable way of living.
BMC graduates will be the most highly skilled, creative, adaptive, dynamic thinkers of their generation. They will be the beneficiaries of a curriculum that applies cutting edge pedagogies – the best of all that we know from neuroscience, psychology, technology and ecology – to unlock their talents and then apply them to the urgent problems of our time.
Black Mountains College is designed to create a new way of thinking, amplified through collaboration and co-creation.
Our further education courses in ‘future skills’ teach the vocational skills required for a low-carbon but high-tech world. Register your interest here for our first courses launching in September 2020.
“Habitat loss poses the greatest threat to species…Without a strong plan to create terrestrial and marine protected areas important ecological habitats will continue to be lost.” (World Wide Fund for Nature)
“By 2030, global carbon dioxide emissions must be
45% less than they were in 2010.” (UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, 2017)
Sir Tim Smit – founder of The Eden Project