Join the Global Environmental Education Partnership (GEEP) from November 30—December 2, 2021 (Taiwan Time), for a three-day forum designed to explore and strengthen environmental education in the Asia Pacific region. This virtual forum is free and open to anyone who is interested in the power of environmental education in creating a sustainable future!
As environmental educators working with K-12 kids, we understand how powerful the local actions taken by children can be. These local actions, especially looking toward adaptation and disaster risk reduction, such as school gardens, water quality testing, tree planting, school or home mapping, and advocacy. This is why I am especially proud to be founder of international NGO, Earth Child Institute, advocating with and for children on the global platform as a civil society observer to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
For the past one year, come rain or sunshine, freezing cold and scorching summers, the bread producers of the country, both women and men, have been protesting on the borders of Delhi, the capital of India. They have been living in makeshift housing, several hundred kilometers away from their homes and fields to participate in the protest. The fields which they have been working for generations, for them to be a farmer is a matter of pride and their lands a matter of honor which they are not ready to part with even in the times of extreme economic crisis.
The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) invites you to participate in the prestigious environment examination, ‘GREEN Olympiad’ – India’s premier annual school initiative being organized since 1999. The examination serves a dual purpose of testing the environment quotient of students and enhancing their understanding about issues related to sustainable development.