The role of environmental education in India



Today, our collective commitment to sustainability is urgently needed. The Earth is facing unprecedented environmental challenges, including climate change, resource depletion, and biodiversity loss. There is no time for action to stop this phenomenon. So who better than educational institutions to imbibe an ethos of responsibility and environmental awareness in the youngest learners? In this article, we explore how India is leading the way in environmental education. I’ll take a look.

“Learning for Sustainability” Approach

According to the 2023 Sustainable Development Goals report published by the United Nations, “[y]He has emphasized the need for interdisciplinary and action-oriented education that is globally relevant and tailored to local realities, with appropriate teacher support. ”

Academic institutions have the potential to create waves of positive change, and higher education institutions have the potential to implement and drive sustainable development initiatives within their institutions in achieving the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It has played an important role.