Climate Communication Challenge for
The ESD team, together with Policy and Climate Change team, are jointly organising the Climate Communication Challenge, an initiative aimed at increasing tertiary students' knowledge and competency on possible Net Zero Pathways for Malaysia through digital content creation, based on the 'Securing Our Future: Net Zero Pathways for Malaysia' report.
Happenings at ESD
International Webinar for Best Practices Sharing
Eco-Schools & FEE EcoCampus Programmes
October 09, 2020
On 10 October 2020, the Eco-Schools Programme (ESP) co-organised the INternational Webinar for Best Practices Sharing in between Malaysia, Singapore, Australia and Qatar. We were honoured to have Deputy Minister of Education Dato’ Dr. Mah Hang Soon to deliver the opening speech. The webinar aimed to share and exchange ideas on best practices among Eco-Schools in Malaysia and abroad.
Malaysian Endangered Animal Awareness
by Naga Pranav Patcha
inspiring other young minds to work towards the conservation of animals.
With the passion to assist the saving of local Malaysian animals, such as the Malayan Tiger or the Malayan Tapir, Naga developed and coded MEAA (Malaysian Endangered Animal Awareness) from scratch.
It is modern and is equipped with a plethora of effects to appeal to citizens and encourage them to save the Malaysian animals. In addition, it is visually-challenged friendly. Click the button below to check out MEAA.
Voices of Young Leaders
If you are interested to be featured on this page for your contributions to Environmental Conservation and/or Sustainability, please reach out to us via the Contact Form at the bottom of the page.
The world needs better education to manage the growing concerns over a healthy planet. Young people are the leaders, voters, decision-makers, and consumers who will inherit the current generation's human-made system and the world. Therefore, our education should focus beyond providing basic skills and knowledge. It should encourage people to think, innovate, and propel actions for the world and humanity.
WWF-Malaysia’s education programme aims to provide these skills, and it has gone through many improvements since it started back in 1977. It has evolved from building awareness to transforming individuals into sustainability champions. The programme sets its framework based on UNESCO's education for sustainable development goals and the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. We believe education must prepare students and learners of all ages to find common and differentiated solutions for the challenges of today and the future.
The scope of our work has also gone beyond the formal education realm to include sustainable cities and communities with a range of themes including biodiversity, poverty reduction, and responsible consumption and production. Our strategies aim to address environmental issues through active support for the formal education system, educational policy, and engagement with society.
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