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UNESCO Green Schools Asia promotes education as a tool to develop learners who are capable and willing to respond to environmental issues in their communities and in the world at large. The programme supports transformative learning and teaching approaches across educational systems in Asia, creating Green Schools that contribute to making the world more livable for future generations learn more

WHAT'S NEW

  • Aichi - Nagoya Declaration on Education for Sustainable Development

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  • UNESCO in Action: student, teacher and parent prepare for disaster

    UNESCO’s Associated Schools Project Network (ASPnet) has produced a new series of booklets for students, teachers and parents to better prepare them in the learn more
  • COP12 decision reaffirms the importance of ESD in achieving biodiversity targets

    The COP12 decision reinforces the message t learn more
  • UNESCO Jakarta Organized Five-day Teacher Training on Promotion of NTT's Biodiversity

    UNESCO Jakarta office in cooperation with the Ministry of Education and Culture, the Provincial Education Authority in NTT, and Undana University has organized a teacher training with SMK Arts an learn more
  • Online Climate Change Education for Teachers is now Available

    The UNESCO Course for Secondary Teachers on Climate Change Education for Sustainable Development (CCESD), has been created with the goal of bringing climate change education learn more
  • UNESCO Launches Adiwiyata Green School Project

    In February 2014, UNESCO Jakarta launched the latest activity under the Green Schools Asia programme, the Adiwiyata – Green School proje learn more