I wonder how, I wonder why Yesterday you told me 'bout the blue blue sky And all that I can see is just a Dirty, grimy, polluted tree
I landed in the beautiful city of Colombo, geared up to lay the foundation for a customised Green Schools Programme Manual. It was a great learning experience meeting officers from the education department and going on school and field visits. But let’s start with the fist things first.
It is common knowledge that mirrors are made from sand or silica. But that’s just the beginning. Remember, at this stage, it is not really a mirror. It is simply glass! There is a whole lot that goes behind turning a simple piece of transparent glass into that pretty mirror you look into everyday.
|Teacher Orientation Workshop on Solid Waste Management and Green Schools Audit - July 9, 2015 and July 16, 2015|
The first Orientation Workshop for teachers got off to a great start - 80 teachers from 40 plus schools from around the country participated! The overwhelming response has prompted us to do another workshop.
To guide your students to complete the GSP audit successfully – register now for the Teacher Orientation Workshop!
|Greetings from CSE's Green Schools Programme (GSP)!|
As you know, Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) is an independent public interest research organisation that aims to promote an informed public opinion in favour of environmental sustainability and sustainable development.