Considering local environmental challenges, students wrote personal eco-dictionaries and diaries, sharing best practices with peers.
By sharing life lessons to improve awareness of, and preparedness for, natural disasters, students collated good practices online.
Students used online platforms to collaboratively learn, and share information, about local eco-heroes with peers and decision-makers.
Students looked creatively at waste using photography, handicraft and entrpreneurship to raise funds and online awareness for a cause.
Using Facebook, students learnt about large-scale and personal recycling methods of other countries, and sought to reduce their waste.
Students raised each other’s awareness of how to preserve water, exploring different issues on global, national and personal levels.
Assuming the role of travel writers, students created blogs and, in multicultural groups, wrote articles on a common destination.
Students examined environmental impacts of waste, and, using online platforms, analysed different countries’ waste-reduction systems.