CLIMATE FABLES AND ZERO WASTE

Age Group – 8-14 years old 

Organized by – LearnShare Consulting

Knowledge Partner- Rupa Publication

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Day 1: Climate Story: Hello POLY! 

In this speaking session, the mentor will sensitise the young minds and make them aware of the various environmental issues that we are facing and the appropriate Eco responsible behaviour we need to adopt. This will be done through a play way method, and she will weave a story based on two children’s books: “Poly Trap’ and ‘Hello earth

Brief description on the books: 

‘POLY-TRAP’ is a simple story of a baby sea horse named Wiley, who is on his first day out into the sea with his mother. He gets curious about the sea creatures around him and she tells him that they would play a game of ‘I spy’. In this process, they see plenty of sea animals and come across man-made hazards that leave the sea creatures gasping for breath. They find a simple solution to let the creatures live freely.

“Hello Earth … here we come”, is about planet Earth, our one and only home that we all share. Over the years, we have accumulated a lot of waste that has endangered our environment. Today, however, we have one last chance to protect our planet before it is too late. The kids meet Ali and Een, two aliens who visit our planet Earth and encourage us to inculcate the habit of recycling and to do much more to preserve this amazing planet we all share.

Day 2: Zero waste  

We all know about the landfills that are designated dumping rubbish, garbage, or other sorts of solid wastes. But have you ever thought about changing these STINKY- landfills to RESOURCE- fill?

Zero Waste is a presentation / & demo session that facilitate to assist groups who are motivated to step up the net zero waste challenge inside their respective organizations. It focuses on being ECO-RESPONSIBLE behaviour and develops the right ATTITUDE towards effective and doable HOUSEHOLD WASTE MANAGEMENT.

About the Lead Mentor

Nita Ganguly has been an educator for over twenty-four years, teaching in the best schools of Pune and Delhi. She has taught Biology for ten years and was also Head of the Department of Environmental Science at Sanskriti School, Delhi. She has also been the Headmistress of Army Public Schools at Roorkee and Lucknow. Ms Ganguly holds triple masters’ degrees in Education, Zoology and Ecology & Environmental Sciences. She is an Environmentalist, who has been trained by Noble Prize winner Al Gore and is a “Climate Leader” and Mentor for TCRP (The Climate Reality Project). At present, she is a freelancer who conducts pedagogy and environmental workshops and authors children’s books.

Ms Ganguly has also won several national and state awards. She is a national winner of the Best Teachers’ for Excellence in Education in 2004 and the Excellence in Teaching Award, 2010 in ‘Innovative Teaching Practices’. She has also played a vital role in several educational and environmental projects undertaken by the Department of Environment, Government of Delhi.

Interaction with Ridhima Pandey 

Ridhima Pandey is an activist from India who campaigns for action against climate change. She has been likened to Greta Thunberg.

Ridhima has made it to the list of ‘100 inspiring and influential women from around the world for 2020’. The BBC describes Ridhima as “a climate activist who, at the age of nine files a petition against the government of India in response to its inaction to mitigate climate change.”

Pandey is quoted on her biography on Children vs Climate Change as stating her aim: “I want to save our future. I want to save the future of all the children and all people of future generations”.