Joining the dots between life & Sustainability

We are a social enterprise offering unique impact driven programmes that empower individuals at work, and in their communities, address the climate crisis through lifestyle changes and collective actions.

We do this through the delivery of classes, our Sustainable Living programme for
organisations & communities alongside events & campaigns we run for our very
own susty community.

We look at areas where as individuals we can make a difference such as packaging, food, fashion and energy and we make changes collectively that can lead to bigger impact.

We Believe that:

Climate actions and
well beings are linked.
While climate action is a serious business, there are plenty of opportunities to make it simple and sociable
Everyone can (and should) benefit from living in a way that is kinder to our planet and ourselves
Living sustainably isn’t a chore, it can give you immediate benefits and we can’t wait to tell you about it..

Meet our co founders

Nathalie Pavone and Diane O’Connor bring a wealth of experience to the sustainable ife school. Both an Taisce Climate Ambassadors, Diane and Nathalie have over 20 years of experience across business, art, sustainability together with communications and facilitation skills.
Nathalie’s background is in Communications and Sustainability. Prior to co-founding  the Sustainable Life School, Nathalie worked for a decade in Business in the Community Ireland as their Digital Marketing & Communications Manager  leading on low carbon & social inclusion campaigns for some of Ireland's biggest brands. Nathalie has also worked for many international communications and brand consultancies. She has recently completed a Diploma in Innovation for Sustainability from UCD, and in 2021 she was awarded the Climate Ambassador Outstanding Achievements Award by An Taisce for her climate actions.
Diane is a qualified drama facilitator,  artist and Zero Waste educator.  She is an An Taisce Climate Ambassador. In her own work Diane combines her passion for the environment and the Arts to educate and she enables connections through creativity.  Diane was the Tallaght Youth Theatre's representative nationally on the board of the National Association for Youth Drama and she was a volunteer with the Edible Landscape Project.

The Sustainable Life School is a proud 2023/2024 SDG Champion, a Government of Ireland initiative.

The UN SDGs are a collection of seventeen interlinked goals designed to serve as a "shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet".

Through our work of promoting and inspiring a more sustainable way of living we actively contribute to:

SDG 4.7 Quality Education for Sustainable Development and Sustainable lifestyle.
SDG 12.8  Promote universal understanding of sustainable lifestyles
Alligned with the ethos at the core of SDGs, we believe in leaving no one behind, everyone should have a voice and be engaged in this movement. We look forward to supporting many groups and communities that haven’t had yet the opportunity to be actively engaged.

Our Collaborators

We collaborate with other organisations and social enterprises who share our mission. The content of our Reducing Energy session has been provided by Dublin leading Energy’s agency Codema.
We are always looking to collaborate so please get in touch if you think we can make an impact together.

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