Organized by The Climate Reality Project India, as a learning laboratory for developing climate change and sustainability practices, the session on Green Climate School Education Program aims at exploring how schools can become green and more sustainable through talks and presentations.
A delightful workshop for the educationalists by Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) will include the discussion of innovative ways to inculcate the learnings of Sustainable Development Goals. An activity to emphasize the interlinkages within the SDGs and the challenges faced by educators from a pedagogical perspective will also be discussed.
Organised by UNESCO Bangkok and UNESCO New Delhi, a panel of speakers will share their experience, achievements and lesson learnt from the Pilot Implementation in India, Japan and Philippines.
Organised by The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), Youth Conclave on Sustainable Development Goals, provides an opportunity for youth to enhance their understanding on issues concerning innovation, youth engagement and sustainable development; network with like-minded people; exchange ideas; and form a common network to work towards achievement of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
The session, organized by The Climate Reality Project India will discuss the case studies of youth engagement in sustainability education from Indonesia, Australia, Brazil, Sri Lanka and other countries. Various successful models of youth engagement are used to sensitize, involve and to train them in sustainability and climate change concepts to encourage positive attitude and actions.
A three-hour workshop by Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) and Young Reporters for the Environment (YRE), will brief about 17 SDGs as an effective tool for ESD and building leadership and media skills in youth. Making Youth Leaders, in particular, aware of the power of their messages and understand how to report on environmental issues in a constructive way in order to initiate positive changes and help build responsible communities.
An educational workshop by Wildlife Trust of India, providing a platform to explore the possible avenues of educating and sensitizing next generation on the aspects of conserving biodiversity. Through this workshop, WTI will showcase experience of working on education modules along with experiences from other educators in the field. The program will comprise of a Panel Discussion on Encouraging conservation practice through non-formal learning followed by formalization and delivery of conservation education. Panellists will include educators, policy makers, biodiversity conservation experts, course curriculum development experts, media representatives and influencers.