This project united students from Europe and Asia with a serious interest in the protection of nature. Students investigated rivers and shared their findings, informing their strategy to protect the biodiversity of rivers.
This project allowed the students to learn and show their concerns about climate change through various activities, while considering practical actions to alleviate the problem.
This project focused on sharing young people’s new ideas for improving eco-friendly technology, such as power-saving devices that can be integrated into buildings, via an open source IT platform.
Enhancing an earlier project, students presented themselves online and started a blog about a person they admire. Together, students contributed to a wider blog on their local area, before discussing the topics with their peers.
This project gave Asian and European students an appreciation of the importance of biodiversity and the effects of human activities on the ecosystem, while enhancing their ICT, collaboration and communication skills.
This project turned the spotlight on biodiversity, sensitising students to humans’ roles in weaving the complicated ‘Web of Life’. It focused on mutual respect and responsibility within locally, regionally,and internationally.
This continuing project created awareness among students and teachers of how they can contribute in saving the environment, sharing practical activities on the project’s online portal.
This project allowed young people to come together to derive new, innovative solutions to protect the environment from the harmful effects of globalisation.
This project helped students take an active role in preserving and protecting butterflies, and their host plants and wildflowers, through the use of open source web tools.
Students from Asia and Europe took pictures or made paintings about biodiversity (animals and plants) in their own towns, before publishing them on a shared website with brief description about the species to encourage debate.