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23 November 2017
“I had the idea in my mind since some time, but the courses I took helped me improve it. And since it also helped me to find more funds, it definitely helped the project to take off.”
23 November 2017
 “We developed a small curriculum that introduced students and teachers at several schools to sustainability. The students and teachers then competed for the titles of Sustainable School and Sustainable Ambassadors.”
23 November 2017
' This is a whole new approach, focusing not on the teacher but on the adult learners. This means forgetting the old pedagogic methods and embracing new pedagogic techniques.”
23 November 2017
"I used to work in a more rigid, top-down way with people around me, giving instructions based on the elements I received. Since then, I learned to work in a more cooperative way, we are having more meetings, where everybody has a say."
23 November 2017
“There is a tremendous work to be done, and we need to target influential individuals and institutions."
12 April 2017
“We need to find different ways of talking to each other about climate change, rather than leaving this to formal education, and the best way to do this is to start young.”
30 January 2017
Avoiding an ‘ecological credit crunch’ requires training and education for new skills and a change in attitudes to enable countries to leapfrog towards sustainable consumption and production practices. Children in Bhutan are proving to be valuable agents in this process.
30 January 2017
“Domestic resources can mobilise a more immediate, nationally-driven response to climate change, and when aligned with external funding sources, can gain a much greater impact.”

By Sara Tchaparian // 14 November 2016 // Climate Finance