We are engaging students around the world to make sustainable choices.
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I choose to study environmentalism to promote a sustainable future
i want to be conduct education camps for poor and to be educate them with minimun knowledge
i want all the world to use paper bags rahter than plastic they are not degradable as well as cause pollution while papr bags can brecycled
-syeda kiran shah, peshawar pakistan
Use water in a bucket rather than a pipe to avoid wastage of water
-Zainab Izhar, Karachi
use permanent carring bags for shopping instead of disposable plastic bags
-Ines, Dar es Salaam
Switch of your engines while waiting for the signals to change to green
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Sustainability + Volunteers + Students = A world of difference.
Rudi talks to students about sustainability
The awards night to recognize students working to improve their schools footprint
Natalia runs through an exercise with the students
Camille and Sally volunteer to make a difference
The string game where we engage students in meaningful discussion
Adarsh and Derek challenge themselves to teach a class
The simulation activities seem to be going over well with the students
Nimra goes over a mentor training discussion
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