Projects

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UN #BeatPlasticPollution
On June 5th 2018,  the world celebrated world environment day under the theme “Beat Plastic Pollution.” In collaboration with the International Union for the Conservation of Nature’s Commission on Education and Communication, BLI run a one-day fun-filled program at Hill Preparatory School, a special needs based school in Uganda, to educate children about the importance of conserving the environment, and also raise their voices on how best they believe plastic pollution can be put to a stop. The day ended with a picture competition that got featured on the IUCN’s website.
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The Swiss Climate Cards
The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation SDC successfully set a new Guinness World Record of the largest composed postcard with the help of children and youth (over 125,000)The Paris Agreement concluded in 2015 intends to stop global warming at a maximum of +2°C compared to pre-industrial times. This will only be possible if society at large commits to substantially reduce current greenhouse gas emissions by taking immediate action. (more…)
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Bosco the Steward
Rural Environmental Sustainability Initiative (RESI) and BLI have partnered to design and distribute a 25 page comic book for young children all over the world to learn about climate change and take action to safe guard the future of the planet.In as much as a lot has been done by governments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in their countries, not enough is being done to educate the next generation about the climate change and its impacts. (more…)
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Outdoor Classroom Day
Outdoor Classroom Day is a global campaign to celebrate and inspire outdoor learning and play. On the day, thousands of schools around the world take lessons outdoors and prioritize playtime. In 2017, over 2 million children in over 100 countries took part. (more…)
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