Goal 14: Life Below Water
This case study describes the United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) Sustainable Schools Initiative, or Al Madaris Al Mustadama, which was designed to reduce the nation’s ecological footprint and help move environmental education from
This case study explores how zoos might redevelop their education strategies to address 21st century conservation priorities while incorporating current best practices in education.
The Science Express Climate Action Special (SECAS) is a one-of-a-kind mobile science exhibition led by the Government of India’s Department of Science & Technology (DST) and managed by the Vikram A. Sarabhai Community Science Centre (VASCSC).
Voices of Nature: Inspiring Creativity, Curiosity, and a Connection to Nature for Biodiversity Conservation
Voces de la Naturaleza (Voices of Nature) is a Paraguayan environmental education movement supporting a network of more than 30 eco-clubs across the country that connect over 600 children ages 7-14 to local biodiversity issues every week.
Rocking the Boat is a non-profit organization that provides positive youth development programs for 14–18-year-old students in the South Bronx,
BLAKE New Zealand Virtual Reality: Using Virtual Reality to Educate about New Zealand's Marine Environment
BLAKE NZ-VR connects young people to the marine environment through a school roadshow using virtual reality (VR) headsets and 360-degree underwater videos.
Latin American Marine Educators Network: A Step Forward to Connect Marine Educators in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC)
This case study highlights the development of an integrative and multicultural network to support and strengthen marine education and ocean literacy, the Latin American Marine Educators Network in English, or “Red de Educación Latinoamericana para el Océano” in Spanish, known by its acronym REL