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Green Warriors

The programme took its first steps in 2017, with an aim to motivate children to become climate change makers. Today, it has evolved onto a full-fledged climate education and action model.

The Green Warriors programme focuses on building a generation of curious and passionate youth who:

Form unique science-based perspectives

Learn to question existing world systems

Devise their own solutions for change

Understand the natural world and their relationship with it

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Green Warriors Programme

is an innovative environmental education and climate action model for students

Customised workshops

Immerse mentorship

Keeping small batch sizes for close engagement

Building modules from students’ existing knowledge and backgrounds

Identifying and addressing gaps in the current school curriculums

Lessons based on latest scientific findings

Case studies from India and beyond

Access to an esteemed network of professionals in the climate and environment space

Programme
outline

The educational model is divided into 6-8 sessions with resources shared and experts invited as appropriate.

The following topics will be covered:

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The science behind climate change

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Impacts of consumerism

05.

Sustainability in food systems

07.

Advocacy, communication, on-ground volunteering & other ways to take action

02.

Biodiversity & business

04.

Water security in urban landscapes

06.

Moving towards green business strategy

08.

Consumerism, lifestyle & waste

How does mentorship work?

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Training on effective advocacy and messaging to adress issues of their interest

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Our modules include mentorship to ensure that knowledge is turned into action, in the form of workshops that will be tailored to fit the desires of the students. 

These will broadly include:

Guidance on ideation, development, and execution of campaigns for environmental conservation

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Drafting and putting into action an environmental/green policy for the school

Outcomes

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Make a connection

Connect the dots between varied environmental and social issues to form a "bigger picture" of what is contributing to climate change.

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Get your students involved today

Leave your contact details and we'll get in touch to discuss a model that works best for you.

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Turn knowledge into action

Undertake projects for climate change  mitigation at the household, institution, and community levels.

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Advocate for change

Understand environmental advocacy and carry out subsequent effective actions.

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