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About Environment Education programme

Education has been an integral part of World Wide Fund for Nature's (WWF) global activities since the very beginning. Over time, WWF's own goals have evolved, so have the activities within the gambit of education. When WWF-India's Environment Education (EE) programme was started in 1969, its aim was to strengthen on a long-term basis, both human and institutional capacity in nature conservation and environmental protection. It wanted to do so through the promotion of environment education and awareness activities within a variety of social structures.

ESD

 
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The growing recognition, over the past three decades, of this relationship around the world led to the emergence of the concept of sustainability and sustainable development. Concurrently has emerged the concept of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) as a powerful enabler in helping people work towards the elusive but desirable goal of sustainable development.

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Wild Wisdom National Level Quiz 2015 when the winners from all 15 cities came together in Delhi.
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Wild Wisdom Quiz

Wild Wisdom, which started in 2008, is India’s only national wildlife quiz. The objective of the quiz is to raise awareness about flora and fauna in India and inculcate a sense of pride amongst students about India’s rich natural heritage.

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