FEE EcoCampus Programme

FEE EcoCampus Resource Materials

The FEE EcoCampus Handbook

FEE EcoCampus Starter Kit

The FEE EcoCampus Handbook

What is the FEE EcoCampus Handbook?

The FEE EcoCampus Handbook is a series of  carefully engineered measures  to help campuses maximise the success of their EcoCampus ambitions. The method involves a wide diversity of individuals from the campus community - with students playing a primary role in the process. 

The most important aspect for campuses to remember is that every campus is different and it is therefore critical that a campus fits the seven steps around its circumstances and situation and NOT try to fit the campus into the seven steps. Some key points about the individual steps are below.

Please note that the FEE EcoCampus Handbook only illustrate steps to setup an EcoCampus at your campus but it doesn't mention how to carryout your desired Eco-themes. We strongly advise you to look into the FEE EcoCampus Starter Kit to ease your transition into becoming an EcoCampus!

FEE EcoCampus Starter Kit

What is FEE EcoCampus Starter Kit?

The starter kit is a handbook for both students and lecturers to provide them with an idea on how to draft out plans, organise and carry out Action Plans and events related to the theme. We hope that with this kit, students will be able to draw on their creativity to come up with even better activities to engage their campus and community’s interest in protecting the environment, and hopefully, bring them one step closer to the Green Flag Award.

Remember! This starter kit is just a guideline. It is encouraged that students try to come up with their own initiatives and ideas.

Also refer to the 7-step methodology to make the organising and decision-making process go more smoothly.


Suggests ways in which all members of the campus can work together to increase awareness of energy issues and to improve energy efficiency within the campus.


Examines the impact of waste on the environment and explores actions to minimise the amount of waste that we produce and dispose of on a daily basis. 


Provides an introduction to the importance of water both locally and globally and raises awareness of how simple actions can substantially cut down water use.


Examines the flora and fauna present in the campus environment and suggests ways to increase the levels of biodiversity around the campus and raises the student’ awareness of biodiversity and nature.


Teaches students about local and/or global coastal and marine habitats, how people are affecting these habitats and what we can do to protect them.


Examines the impacts we have on the Climate through our lifestyles and how our actions can influence the situation in a positive way.


Examines what our rights and responsibilities are on a National, European and Global scale and encourages staff, students and parents to look at the impacts our consumption habits have on other parts of the world.


Encourages campuses to promote the health and wellbeing of young people and the wider community and to make environmental connections to health and safety.


Examines the impact of litter on the environment and explores practical means for reducing and minimising the amount of litter produced by the campus.


Encourages campuses to introduce university students to the natural environment and to biodiversity in a practical way by offering a safe and potentially exciting facility for outdoor education that can complement classroom-based activities.


Suggests ways for students, staff and local government to work together to raise awareness of transport issues and come up with practical solutions that will make a real difference to students’ everyday lives.

Please reload


Follow us on :

  • Facebook - Black Circle
  • Instagram - Black Circle
  • YouTube - Black Circle

Copyright ©2021 WWF-Malaysia. All Rights Reserved