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Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)

Education for Sustainable Development
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Our research has shown that increased knowledge on environmental issues does not always translate to positive environmental action. Therefore we have designed multi-tiered interventions designed to catalyse sweeping changes in behaviour and ultimately cement sustainability leadership as a distinguishing attribute of all Malaysians. 

For Inquiries on ESD

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Head of Markets and Education

1 Jalan PJS 5/28A 
Petaling Jaya Commercial Centre (PJCC) 
46150 Petaling Jaya 
Selangor, Malaysia 

Tel No: +603 7450 3773 
Fax No: +603 7450 3777

Nor Shidawati Binti Abdul Rashid
Tel: +603 7450 3773 Ext. 6317
Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) is an umbrella for a kaleidoscope of educational approaches to ingrain environmental citizenship values into society. 
Our programme is developed using the framework for ESD recommended by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). It emphasises promoting behavioural change using economic, social, environmental and cultural dimensions. 
At the core of ESD is the necessity for the development of critical thinking in each individual. Using participatory teaching and learning methods, the target audience is encouraged to imagine ecologically excellent future scenarios and make decisions 
collaboratively on local issues with an eye on creating a positive global impact. 
The five (5) strategies we employ targets not only the formal education system in country but also institutions of government and society at large.
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    Environment & You (E&Y) 
    Sekolah Lestari - Anugerah Alam Sekitar
    Komponen Kurikulum (SLAAS : KK) 

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    Teachers Training Institute (STTI)
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    Formal Education Community Engagement (FECE)
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    Foundation of Environmental Education (FEE)