Since 1969, education has been the core aspect of the WWF-India's conservation efforts. To inspire young minds for conservation action and connect them with nature, the Nature Clubs of India was started in 1976 which successfully continued to motivate thousands of individuals over three decades.
Recognising the role of children and youth as major stakeholders, WWF-India re-strategised it's education work and created programmes to build a generation of environmentally consciousness individuals. The strategy, follows a three-pronged approach of building environmental awareness and knowledge; developing requisite capacity and skills; and enabling action for conservation and sustainability.
The five education programmes are currently running in 16 states across India, taking within its purview all members of the society across all age groups.
Discover and join our various initiatives.
Connecting with Nature
Experiential learning to reconnect children and citizens with nature through trails, workshop and courses.
Building Conservation Leadership
An empowering action model to create awareness, build skills, encourage sustainable lifestyle and promote conservation action in government schools.
Digital Resource Centre for Environment Education
An engaging digital platform with interactive environment education resources aligned to the school curriculum.
People for Planet
Mobilizing Youth,Citizens and Corporates through volunteering oppertunities and conservation action projects.
Discovering the Wildlife Champions
An International level Wildlife Quiz to spread environment awareness in young minds.
WILD WISDOM QUIZ BOOK (BOX SET/2)
FASCINATING FRIENDS IN THE WILD!
THE GREAT INDIAN NATURE TRAIL WITH UNCLE BIKKY
COMMON BUTTERFLIES OF DELHI