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Millennia World School in Indonesia is at the forefront of climate change education. With guidance from one of their educators, Mahrukh Bashir, an average of 250 students have participated in the Climate Action Project since 2017 with hands-on learning experience, learning workshops, and community engagement in environmental action.
Championing environmental awareness and action, the Center for Applied Physics and Basic Sciences embarked on a transformative journey through the Climate Action Project.
The students of Colegio Latino are doing their part and finding local solutions to climate change. Led by their teacher, Kenia Rivero, these students were a part of the Climate Action Project.
The Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya hosts 196,000 refugees who have fled war and hunger from neighboring countries like Sudan, D.R.C., and Somalia. The camp has 24 schools running, including two of TAG’s Innovation Lab Schools.,
Students embark on a transformative journey that expands beyond their classrooms at Instituto Infantil y Juvenil—spreading climate action knowledge and awareness. Since joining the Climate Action Project in 2019, this Colombian school has nurtured a sense of environmental responsibility and empowered their students to become catalysts for change—all with the lead of their teacher, Giovanni Baquero Guevara.
Welcome to our #ClimateActionEdu community July resource share! This month, we have curated articles, opportunities, and resources to support our global community of classrooms. We are also excited to spotlight educators from our community who are inspiring climate action in their countries and around the world.
India has one of the seven wonders of the world, the Taj Mahal. Also in India is a school with wonderful students passionate about climate action. Delhi Public School, located in Nagpur, India, has been an active member of the Climate Action Project since 2021. Twenty-five students aged 12-13 years old have been working on raising awareness about climate change and finding solutions to combat it, and they are led by a teacher at their school, Shahnaaz Ojha.
Take Action Global is honored to be named as one of 17 civil society organizations in 2023 for formal association with the United Nations Department of Global Communications. As announced in the United Nations press release United Nations Department of Global Communications Approves 17 Civil Society Organizations for Association, Take Action Global proudly joins in a commitment to amplify the reach and impact of the United Nations.