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Changing colors: Going Green!

GSP Changemakers are at it again. GSP partners Queen's Valley School, Dwarka and St. Mary’s School, New Delhi are doing their bit as part of their continuing efforts towards promoting environmental awareness and sensitivity among their students. Way to go, guys!
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DUNK THAT Pesty spray

So you had a regular day at school. You found out things you had no idea of, or had suspected all along. But the best part was getting away from class during recess and playing with Ned and Ted – the pet rabbits that wait for you behind the foliage skirting the school grounds. But there’s something that could spell trouble for Ned and Ted. What could possibly do that, you ask, when the gardener and other caretakers feed your friends and keep tabs on their health?
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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?’


Green Schools Teachers' Training Programme

Date: July 22 - 23,  2010

The Green Schools Programme is an ‘inspection’ or ‘survey’ of the school done by its students on its environmental practices (which we call environmental auditing) under the supervision of teachers.

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Front Page Teaser: 

Date: April 29 – 30, 2010
Training for teachers on use of the Green Schools Programme manual for environment education.

GTGSP Awards: The Winning Schools 2009


New Schools: The Top Three

1. DAV Public School (Thermal Colony), Panipat (Haryana)
2. Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Prakasam (Andhra Pradesh)
3. Sat Paul Mittal School, Ludhiana (Punjab)

New Schools: The Other Winners

4. Government Girl’s High School, Dakha, Ludhiana (Punjab)
5. Ambuja Vidya Niketan, Ambujanagar (Gujarat)
6. Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Adilabad (Andhra Pradesh)
7. Bishop Cotton Boy’s School, St Mark’s Road, Bangalore (Karnataka)
8. The Ashok Leyland School, Hossur (Tamil Nadu)
9. Birla High School (Girl’s), Moira Street, Kolkata (West Bengal)
10. Government Secondary School, Reshi (Sikkim)


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