ESD Announcements

Living Planet Report: Youth Edition

The Living Planet Report is produced every two years by WWF, with input from leading experts and other organisations. It is a health-check for the planet, showing how the natural world is doing, what threats it faces and what this means for us humans. The conclusions and recommendations in the LPR are based on an analysis of a great many measures of biodiversity, one of the biggest being the Living Planet Index.

Happenings at ESD 

WWF-Malaysia Celebrates the Eco Champions

Eco-Schools & FEE EcoCampus Programmes

September 12, 2019

Every year WWF-Malaysia celebrates and recognises individuals who go the extra mile for the environment. We admire their undivided passion for sustainability towards the greater good of their schools, campuses, and communities. Their stories are inspirational - some fight against energy waste. Some invested their effort in raising awareness of various environmental causes. Some have done it all and together they have had a massive impact on sustainability and well-being within their communities and beyond.

Engaging Youth to Tackle Plastic Pollution Crisis

FEE EcoCampus Programme

August 04, 2019

4 Aug 2019, Shah Alam: Harnessing the enthusiasm of today’s youth, WWF-Malaysia organised the third edition of Building Bridges for Sustainable Consumption and Production (BB4SCP) conference in De Palma Hotel, Shah Alam from 1 to 4 Aug. With the conference set to align with the Sustainable Development Goals, the platform aims to empower youth towards a more sustainable lifestyle.

I’ve got the power!

Eco-Schools Programme

April 29, 2019

In 2019, Eco-Schools celebrates 25 years of excellence in the field of Environmental Education and Education for Sustainable Development.

The Eco-Schools programme is contributing to ensuring that the environment is recognised as a 
critical element – the most important public good on which Quality of Life is dependent.

Tackling Plastic Pollution from the Centre of a Stage

Eco-Schools & FEE EcoCampus Programmes

April 26, 2019

Petaling Jaya: WWF-Malaysia’s storytelling platform, Sembang@WWF saw hundreds of young adults came from all across Malaysia to witness their inspiring friends taking the stage to speak passionately about plastic pollution. Created five years ago, the event is an opportunity for students to speak on various environmental issues held each year in conjunction with the Global Earth Day.

Students Empowered in a Conference on Water and Sustainability

Eco-Schools Programme

December 11, 2018

Sungkai, Perak: The seventh WWF-Malaysia’s International Eco-Schools Conference (IESC) commenced from 9 to 13 December 2018 at SMK Sungkai with participation by schools from Thailand, Singapore, the Philippines and Indonesia. Every year, more than 100 Eco-Schools students gather to share and exchange knowledge on their schools’ environmental initiatives. This inspiring platform is aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and this year’s focus is - Water, the Source of Life. 

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Breaking Habits With ESD

In 2019 WWFMY ESD and UM conducted a survey to find out the level of environmental awareness among Malaysians. One of the main findings shows that those who were exposed to environmental activities were more likely to change their lifestyle. In the effort to share the essence of this finding, we’re embarking on a 21-day challenge hoping to expose and inculcate our audience with environmental initiatives that can be done at the comfort of their homes.

Want to know what you can to save our planet? Join the #BreakingHabitsWithESD challenge for 21 days. Every day we’ll give a challenge that you can do at home even during the current Conditional Movement Control Order. 

  1. Do the challenge and snap a video/photo.

  2. Tag us @wwfmyesd @wwfmy on Instagram or Facebook with the hashtag #BreakingHabitsWithESD

  3. By the end of 21 days, those who take part in most challenges will win our exclusive WWF tumbler, canvas bag and a pin! That easy!

Hopefully, by doing these easy challenges in 21 days, you’ll be more familiar with small but significant actions that can be done to save our planet. We need you together possible!

Stand a chance to win our exclusive WWF tumbler, canvas bag and a pin!

Breaking Habits

With ESD

Want to know what you can to save our planet? Join the #BreakingHabitsWithESD challenge for 21 days. Every day we’ll give a challenge that you can do at home even during the current Conditional Movement Control Order. 

Hopefully, by doing these easy challenges in 21 days, you’ll be more familiar with small but significant actions that can be done to save our planet. We need you together possible!

The Malayan Tiger Pledge Counter

The Malayan Tiger Pledge competition is organised by the Education for Sustainable Development Programme. The competition is open to schools and universities registered under the Eco-Schools and FEE EcoCampus programmes in Malaysia. These participating Eco-schools and FEE EcoCampus are helping to get as many voices to support the Malayan Tiger through pledges!


To make things more interesting, Eco-Schools and FEE EcoCampuses in Malaysia can stand a chance to win seed grants from WWF-Malaysia!

We have concluded the competition. Thank you for the schools & campuses for your participation!

Upcoming Events
Sembang@WWF 2020
Sat, Jun 06
Jun 06, 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM
New Deal for Nature and People (NDNP) is a mission to halt and reverse the catastrophic loss of biodiversity and put nature on a path to recovery by 2030. We would like to invite Malaysian youths to come together and share your personal. For more info, visit
Earth Hour 2020
Sat, Mar 28
Location is TBD
Mar 28, 8:30 PM
Location is TBD
Nature Matters! It is the planet’s life support system and gives us everything we need from the air we breathe to the water we drink to the food we eat. Nature is also a solution to climate change. For more info, click
Our Planet Screening
Sat, Feb 22
Location is TBD
Feb 22, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Location is TBD
Global Citizenship is one of the themes in the Eco-Schools programme. It examines our rights and responsibilities on the National, Continental, and Global scale. It also encourages staff, students and parents to look at the impact of our consumption habits on other parts of the world.

About ESD

Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) is a combination of innovative educational approaches to ingrain environmental citizenship values into the society. The programme is developed using the framework recommended by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). It emphasises promoting behavioural change using economic, social, environmental and cultural dimensions. At the core of ESD is the necessity for the development of critical thinking in each individual. Using participatory teaching and learning methods, youths and children are encouraged to imagine an ecologically excellent future. They are asked to make collaborative decisions on local issues while also looking at the global impacts. This will enable them to understand the connection between the vulnerable nature and harmful impacts of human activities.

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Sustainable Lifestyle

The seven step methodology that empowers young minds to lead processes and actions wherever they can. 

Printable Worksheet

These ready-to-use printable worksheets will help you reinforce concepts and test your students' comprehension. These worksheets specially designed for Malaysian school subjects with the environmental elements in mind. Some worksheets require student participation by containing various types of questions, such as fill in the blank, short answer, and matching. Other worksheets provide an outline of the day's lessons or instructions for an upcoming activity. 

Try it! Ready to print and distribute are just a few clicks away, giving you more time preparing for another fun and productive day in class!

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What People Say ?

“It changed my perspectives on things that I once turned a blind eye to and widened my view enabling me to think outside of the box rather than just staying in my comfort zone. Last but certainly not least, the Eco-Schools Programme taught me that despite having different beliefs, different dreams, different races and just being different in general, we humans are still living in ONE planet with ONE mother nature.


Throughout my 4 years being in this programme, I also realised that changes are possible and it is up to us to help make our world a better place so that our future generations could have a chance to live in a world filled with wonders of mother nature.”" 

Nojuel JC Soluku

- Student -

Sekolah Menengah St Michael Penampang


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