Even in this difficult year, the World Environmental Education Day has succeeded in bringing together people and organisations from all over the world, from America, Asia, Africa and Europe, around common ideals. Read More
What teachers and children could be doing during this ‘Stay-Home’ period, a reflection of Thakur S Powdyel, Former Minister of Education in Bhutan, Starter of Green School in Bhutan Read More
Saving the forest one girl at a time.
This film is about the girls attending the Centro Educativo Mbaracayu, a boarding school located at the Mbaracayu Forest Private Reserve in Paraguay. Read More
The Marrakech COP 22 event (November 2016) was significant for its inclusion of gender as a critical climate change topic. The success in including gender as a relevant subject was partly due to the renewal of the Lima Work Program, a gender-focused initiative developed two years prior in Peru. Although at COP22 the joint discussion of gender and climate change became common practice, there remains significant challenges in defining what gender inclusion means.
Article by Laura Cooper Hall Read More
A Thematic Day on Education and climate has been held on December, 4th, at the 21st Conference on climate change in Paris. This Day and the Article 12 of the final agreement (‘Parties shall cooperate in taking measures, as appropriate, to enhance climate change education, training, public awareness, public participation and public access to information,… Read More