From Castle Crag in Borrowdale – scene of my first great (though cold!) day out…
Naho Yoshinaga, Shiga prefectural Moriyama High School
Gannon sensei mentored students at Shiga Prefectural Moriyama High School for three years as part of the school’s project to “Realise a Sustainable Society”, encouraging teachers and students alike to think about global environmental issues and the future of society and the planet. In 2016, she connected our school with environmental protection NGOs and researchers at the University of Cambridge when helping other teachers and myself plan a UK sustainability study tour for our students. Always friendly and with a big smile for everyone, Gannon sensei’s familiarity with Japanese language and culture means that she showed deep understanding toward us. I respect her as someone who loves nature and literature, is true to her values and cares about everyone she meets.
Jane Singer, Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies, Kyoto University
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