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MENGO's Key Recommendations on the Environmental Education

Posted on 20 June 2018
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Twenty-five members of the Malaysian Environmental NGOs (MENGO) have reached out to the newly minted Minister of Education, YB Dr Maszlee Malik to illustrate our Key Recommendations on the Environmental Education.
Our country faces severe environmental degradation arising from competing natural resource uses and over-consumption of good and services, we need also to be guided by Pakatan Harapan’s Buku Harapan that emphasises the importance of balancing growth with environmental protection (promise 39, pillar 3) as a premise to REBUILD THE NATION and to FULFILL THE HOPE of the rakyat
The ability to balance growth with environmental protection is the responsibility of all, including school-going children who are our future leaders. As such, education should be part of the solution in addressing our environmental problems. On this, we call on your Ministry to include Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) into the formal education system that covers more than 10,000 schools and over 100 higher learning institutions.

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MENGO Coalition Members;
  1. Biji-biji Initiative
  2. E-Homemakers
  3. Ecocentric Transitions
  4. EcoKnights
  5. Environmental Management and Research Association of Malaysia (ENSEARCH)
  6. Environmental Protection Society Malaysia (EPSM)
  7. Future Alam Borneo
  8. Global Environment Centre (GEC)
  9. Green Earth Society Johor (GES Johor)
  10. Jaringan Orang Asal SeMalaysia (JOAS)
  11. Landskap Malaysia
  12. Malaysian Nature Society (MNS)
  13. Malaysia Society of Marine Sciences (MSMS)
  14. Reef Check Malaysia (RCM)
  15. Sabah Wetlands Conservation Society (SWCS)
  16. Sustainable Development Network, Malaysia (SUSDEN)
  17. Tatana Roots
  18. Tonibung
  19. TRAFFIC South East Asia
  20. Treat Every Environment Special (TrEES)
  21. Tropical Rainforest Conservation & Research Centre (TRCRC)
  22. Water Watch Penang (WWP)
  23. Wetlands International Malaysia
  24. World Wide Fund for Nature Malaysia (WWF-Malaysia)
  25. Yayasan Anak Warisan Alam (YAWA)
For more information, please contact:
Farisha Zainol
Senior Communications Officer of Education for Sustainable Development Programme, WWF-Malaysia
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