To celebrate 20 years, ENO India in association with Act Now organized World’s largest and longest Environment Online Event for 24 Hours. The event saw participants from 113 countries and had an approximate reach of about a million people. Content is constantly updated at: Event Page Facebook Instagram Twitter
ENO network just turned 20 years so we asked you to share your stories and memories during the years. Thank you so much for sharing! Here’s a short compilation of them. Read Rajiv’s ENO story “I stepped in green” from here >> Babita Bajracharya, ENO country coordinator for Nepal, English Teacher…
My Journey with ENO began on an afternoon on March 11, 2000 when a random email from Finland landed on my table requesting schools to join a web based project. ENO promised an innovative project, an online global learning. However, to agree to participate in an online project was an intimidating prospect as I was…
Kestävää elämäntapaa etsimässä -Erään eräoppaan vaihtoehto / Searching for a sustainable living – alternative of one wilderness guide
Joensuulainen eräopas Huck Middeke on muuttanut jurttaan kaupungin laidalle. Nomad Town Joensuuksi nimetyllä tontilla on tarkoituksena elää kestävää ja ekologista elämää niin, että maapallon luonnonvaroja kuluu mahdollisimman vähän; ”että ihmisille riittäisi yksi maapallo” – Huck huokaisee. ”Emme enää voi elää vanhemmiltamme oppimamme elämäntavan mallin mukaisesti maapallon nykytilanne huomioiden” – hän lisää. Vuokratulta tontilta löytyy Huckin…
What is your ENO Story? We want stories of what you have done in your schools, organisations, communities that is related to ENO. No politics, no discrimination of any kind and the basic rules of common courtesy apply! The writers can be organisers, participants or stakeholders.
TED-Ed, UNEP, and 30 other collaborators launch a free educational platform for environmental adventures available to teachers, parents, students, and curious global citizens
Kazakhstan is a country in Central Asia, where most of the residents are not yet ready to act against climate change. I believe that the main problem is the lack of awareness of the overuse of resources and the rejection of the issue of climate change.
The impact of carbon dioxide on climate was invented already more than hundred years ago by a Nobel winning Swedish physicist Arrhenius. He could not imagine the magnitude of the current use of fossil fuels.
I firmly embrace “one-planet prosperity”. Because the only alternative is “one-planet misery”. Currently we are at “one point seven planets prosperity for some” which is both ecologically and socially fragile. Here is what I mean with “one point seven planets”.
In the ENO blog we will publish biweekly articles and views on sustainable development. They are written by people working in the field of education, environment and arts.