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Programme Officer - Environment education unit

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) an established research and advocacy institute needs is looking for a Programme Officer for its Environment Education Unit (EEU): 

About the Unit:

All new green schools training programme

Dates:  Thursday & Friday, May 2 - 3, 2013
Wednesday & Thursday, July 10 - 11, 2013
Wednesday & Thursday, August 21 - 22, 2013

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Dates:  July  28, 29, 2011 &  August 18, 19,  2011

CSE round table discusses schools’ role in environmental policy making

New Delhi:  January 19, 2012

Should a school’s role be maximised as a resource for the community and neighbourhood? A round table conference organised by the Environment Education Unit (EEU) of the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) discussed the critically relevant viewpoint. The agenda for the discussion was ‘Should schools lobby for policy changes for the neighbourhood?’

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Green quota: Sril Lanka style

This would probably trigger an avalanche of brickbats, but I am going to take my chances anyway. I think its time that the Education sector in India opens up to a fresh set of quotas.

World Environment Day: Old play, new actors.

It began like every other year. I am talking about the frenzied activities that usually take place in various parts of the world in the last week of May. This year too, Mission Cleanup was on in full swing to give our grimy planet that fake spruced-up look on 5 June, when the global community celebrates ‘World Environment Day’.

For better or for worse: Environment gropes its way into national curriculum

After the immediate and expected reactions (signalled by an uproar among state-level bureaucrats) to the union minister Mr Kapil Sibal’s dictum on board examinations, its long term impacts on the Indian education machinery  have now begun to unfold.  Some are direct and rather heart warming. 

World's Green Brigade

It is true. The adults are often confused about what is right and what is wrong — they know too much about too many things, you see.
But the younger species of the human race have no such compulsions. They make their decisions pretty fast about things they really want, and they make sure that the rest are informed about their choice.

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