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Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)



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WWF-Malaysia's ESD program.
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Programme Overview

With the growing population and limited natural resources, individuals and societies need to learn how to live together sustainably. Therefore, the Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) programme was developed to empower students, youths and educators to transform the way they think and work towards a sustainable future.

 
It is developed using the framework recommended by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) which promotes behavioural change using economic, social, environmental and cultural dimensions. Using participatory teaching and learning methods, youths and children are encouraged to make collaborative decisions on local issues while also looking at the global impacts.
 
This will enable them to understand the connection between the vulnerable nature and harmful impacts of human activities. The four (4) strategies we employ targets not only the formal education system in the country but also institutions of government and society at large.

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For Inquiries on ESD

 
	© WWF-Malaysia / Farisha Zainol
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
Email: tnadeson@wwf.org.my

Nor Shidawati Binti Abdul Rashid
Tel: +603 7450 3773 Ext. 6317
Email: nrasid@wwf.org.my
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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)