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Visit from Eco-Schools Malaysia

Ahead of the National Operators’ Meeting, we were delighted to be visited by a representative from Eco-Schools Malaysia.

Sri Themudu visited our offices in Stirling on his way to the Eco-Schools National Operators' Meeting in Cork. While he was here he spent some time talking to our staff about how Eco-Schools and Young Reporters work in Scotland, as well as our climate change education initiatives.

He also visited Sunnyside School of Conservation with our Education and Learning Co-ordinator Anne-Marie Robb, to hear pupils talk about their latest campaigns against single use plastics.  

Catriona Rae, Education Support Officer said "We are fortunate to be part of the world's largest network for sustainable development education as a member organisation of the Foundation for Environmental Education and to share ideas and experiences with Eco-Schools National Operators from all over the world.  Our sincere thanks to Sri for taking the time to share with us how Eco-Schools works in Malaysia and for sharing the work he is undertaking on marine litter. Environmental quality is a global issue, and we're proud to be part of a global network taking on the issue."

Eco-Schools is the largest sustainable schools programme in the world, with 67 countries participating. Keep Scotland Beautiful offers the programme in Scotland, and in Malaysia Eco-Schools is currently offered by WWF Malaysia.  

Find out more about Eco-Schools in Malaysia by visiting https://www.wwfmy-esd.com/ecoschoolsprogramme 

 

 

 

21 November 2018

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