Goal 15: Life on Land

This case study describes a government-sponsored initiative that supports environmental education efforts across all levels of formal and nonformal education in the Tomsk Region, Siberia, Russia.

此案例係以長期評估分析為基礎 (van der Waals, Hovinga, Wals, & van Koppen, 2012),描述荷蘭以自然導向的體驗教學進行環境教育之案例。

This case study describes a Dutch example of a programmed experiential approach to nature-oriented environmental education (EE) and is based on a long-term evaluation (van der Waal, Hovinga, Wals, & van Koppen, 2012).

此案例分析說明阿拉伯聯合大公國的永續校園行動方案 (Sustainable Schools In

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

students carrying a tarp through a wooded area

STRAWStudents and Teachers Restoring A Watershed

students carrying a tarp through a wooded area

The Students and Teachers Restoring A Watershed (STRAW) Program of Point Blue Conservation Science is a collaborative network of K–12 students and teachers leading their communities to restore their local ecosystems.

This case study describes a collaborative effort to integrate environmental and sustainability education into teacher education at a college experiencing water scarcity.

This case study explores how zoos might redevelop their education strategies to address 21st century conservation priorities while incorporating current best practices in education.

Spreading Climate Change Literacy on Wheels

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).

Four kids and an adult outside looking at the camera through colorful magnifying glasses

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.

group photo of the post secondary team that participated in the program

This case study describes an urban and rural Indigenous land-based climate change education camp.

Cover of Dusky Langur Case Study. A Dusky Langur sits in a tree.

The Langur Project Penang (LPP), a primate conservation project in Malaysia, integrates zoology and environmental education (EE) to support dusky langur conservation efforts.