International Projects

HSBC Eco-Schools Climate Initiative

The HSBC Eco-Schools Climate Initiative was launched in Malta on the 17th November 2009 during a tree planting activity at Xrobb l-Għaġin Nature Park and Sustainable Development Centre. Through this event climate change becomes an international theme for schools supported by the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE). In the first phase Eco-Schools from Brazil, China, England, Ireland, Japan, Jordan, Malta, Russia, Slovakia, South Africa, United States and Wales took part in this initiative by exploring ways how they can contribute to combating climate change by reducing their CO2 emissions. Ms... 

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We Eat Responsibly! – Nieklu b’Responsabbiltà!

We Eat Responsibly Menu for Change International Forum in Prague 26-28 January 2018 Thirteen adults and five students travelled all the way to the Czech Republic in order to represent Eco-Schools Malta in the ‘We Eat Responsibly’ International Forum. Students hailed from Gozo Middle School, St Dorothy’s Senior School, St Augustine’s College, St Albert the Great College and San Ġorġ Preca College Ħamrun Secondary School. Educators attending represented a number of other schools from various areas and sections. The forum titled Menu for Change which took place in Prague from the 26th... 

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Promoting wellbeing across the Commonwealth for present and future generations

EkoSkola Young Citizens’ Summit           Interviews made by YRE students CHOGM Commitment Grove                              Students’ Exhibition             For any other queries kindly contact Prof Paul Pace on email: paul.j.pace@um.edu.mt  more

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Water Explorer

Nature Trust – FEE Malta, through the Eco-Schools (EkoSkola) programme, is proud to announce that Malta is now part of the international Water Explorer project locally supported by the HSBC Water Programme, the HSBC Malta Foundation, the Catch the Drop Campaign and Għajn – Water Conservation Awareness Centre managed by The Energy and Water Agency.  Following the launch of Water Explorer in Malta, the website, http://www.waterexplorer.org/malta is now open for schools to register their intention to participate in Water Explorer. Funding of school actions Registering a school in Water Explorer... 

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