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Climate Change Teacher Professional Development Programme
 

Climate Change Teacher Professional Development Programme, is jointly organized by Environmental Campaign Committee, Environmental Protection Department, World Wide Fund For Nature Hong Kong and The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited.  The programme aims to enhance secondary school teachers' knowledge and provide teaching resources on climate change and sustainability.  The content of the programme is developed based on the Liberal Studies curriculum in New Senior Secondary. Teacher will understand the impact of climate change towards the issues such as quality of live, natural environment, social policy and globalization through talks, workshops and field trips.

 
Climate Change Teacher Professional Development Programme
   
Pilot Education Programme by Jane Goodall Institute for Student Environmental Ambassador Scheme 2011/12
 

To further enhance the effectiveness of the existing core programmes under Student Environmental Ambassador Scheme, the Environmental Campaign Committee, in collaboration with the Jane Goodall Institute (Hong Kong) (JGI), has pilot run an environmental education program in five primary schools in the 2011/12 school year. Under the pilot programme, JGI has developed educational resources, helped the schools plan and implement action-based environmental initiatives and facilitated experience sharing among the schools.

 
Pilot Education Programme by Jane Goodall Institute	for Student Environmental Ambassador Scheme 2011/12
   
 
 
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