WWF India Launches “One Earth One Home” Initiative to Promote Environment Education Among Students
Globally, environment education has been recognized not only as a short-term stimulus but also as a necessity for the long-term growth of our children and their successful future. It is a solution to build a resilient and positive environment for children and young people.
With this thought, World Wildlife Fund (WWF) India has launched the One Earth One Home initiative along with the Living Planet Report 2020. The initiative aims to highlight the catastrophic environme
ntal decline around the world and the need to inspire children to steer a change in their own lives by adopting pro-conservation attitudes and sustainable household practices towards a greener lifestyle. Students from Class 1 – 8 from government or government-aided schools across the country will go through a well-guided digital journey ensuring that learning, wellness and actions go hand-in-hand.
The WWF India ‘One Earth One Home’ initiative will create an impact in more than 16 states and 2 Union Territories of India. It is being implemented in partnership with State Government Departments of 11 States and 1 Union Territory (Assam, Jammu &Kashmir, Uttarakhand, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Telangana, Himachal Pradesh and Bihar) and 8 other partners, including the Smile Foundation and Million Sparks Foundation.