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.
This project encouraged schools in Asia and Europe to make an active environmental contribution to their respective communities, creating concrete action plans to help protect the school’s local environment.
This project promoted the preservation of indigenous knowledge on traditional medicine, and at the same time understanding sustainable development through conservation and preservation of the environment.
This project focused primarily on encouraging students to make conscious lifestyle choices and practices to reduce their carbon footprints, and culminated with the production of a COOL! Handbook listingbest practices.
This project promoted greater awareness of the impacts of climate change, motivating students to make a positive change in their communities.
Students shared examples of co-existence of nature and people in city environments, and also composed sounds recorded in Asia and Europe to become part of a “symphony of nature”.
Each school chose an animal in danger of becoming extinct, but not on the list of ‘protected’ animals. Students organised awareness-raising programmes across their schools about the endangered species.
Focusing on saving the earth for the future generations, students suggested how to preserve nature and find solutions to environment issues, not only in their school community but also in their cities and their countries.
The objective of this project was to build a student’s strong character so that they care about environmental conservation, and take action as a result. Reuse, reduce and recycle!