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+100 countries
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To be launched in October 2020 for the fourth consecutive year. Join Us

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Imagine a world in which youngsters across 6 continents connect virtually and solve one of the world's most pressing challenges: Climate Change. In October students aged 6-22 will collaborate on climate change topics over the course of six exciting weeks: they will study causes and effects, will try to solve issues and take action. Their and societies' mindsets will be changed.
This project is supported by Dr. Jane Goodall, UN Foundation, the Irish president and world leaders. During the past years it was featured by National Geographic, BBC and 40 more national media.

This year, as part of the project, we will do a global tree planting. Will you join PlantED? We planned 2 exciting opportunities for your students. Teachers will become part of a global community and receive badges and certificate.

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6 weeks, in October 2020

During 6 weeks students will explore, brainstorm, discuss, create, have fun, connect, present and share their findings via weekly videos.

Future skills

The project targets important skills like Creativity, Empathy, real-world Problem-Solving, Collaboration and Critical Thinking.

Synchronous and asynchronous learning

By watching their peers' videos learning becomes more authentic. During the last week there will be live online interactions and world-renowned experts will share expertise during webinars.

About

How to join this student-centered global project.

Discover our Mission and Vision.

Impact

Students solving problems and taking action.

Powerful stories and anecdotes.

Join Us

Join a global movement and allow your students to have an interaction with peers from accross the world.
Changing our students' mindsets.

6 weeks

Week 1

Exploration
Causes


What is causing Climate Change? How would you define it?

Week 2

Effects
 


What are the effects of Climate Change?
Launch #plantED initiative

Week 3

Local to Global
 


What are causes and effects locally and globally? Connecting with students in other continents.

Week 4

Solutions


What are potential solutions? Students try to create prototypes
Start #7point5 initiative

Week 5

Inter-act!


Students exchange findings during live interactions
Webinars by Experts.
Start #Mission2Mars initiative - be surprised!

Week 6

Action!


Students take action and bring change at school, home, community, government.

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176,534

Students

2931

Schools

116

Countries

1

Mission

Impact.

Empathy

2 students in Sierra Leone died due to mud floodings

Problem-solving

Indian students made a solar driven cart

Well motivated

Egyptian students came to school during 4 weeks of summer holidays

Solutions

Vietnamese students recycled

Creativity

Nigerian students developed a biomass plant

Media

Swedish students went to their prime minister and spoke to national television

Edible Water Bubbles

Canadian students made edible water bubbles. The scientific process behind is called spherification

Presidential support

Irish students received a letter from their president

Experts sharing online

Dr. Languell - star in Project Earth - from Discovery Channel shared her expertise in a webinar.

60,000,000 trees!

The project lead to a massive tree planting in Malawi, supported by the president

Visualisation

Malaysian students visualized tree deforestation via Minecraft

Taking action

Portuguese students created a mural and spoke to national Portuguese television

Collaboration

Kenyan students discussing the issues.

Solutions

Indian, Canadian and Argentinian students made bioplastics

Solutions

American students developed a solar suitcase which offers free power supply to 1 school

Solutions

Indonesian students developed Ecobricks, covered by national television

Interaction

Irish and Danish students exchanged outcomes.

Solutions

Canadian students 3D printed coral reefs

National Geographic

This American student aged 11 did research in Washington Post and made National Geographic.

Flash mob

400 German students did a Flashmob with a famous singer

March

400 students did a march in Peru

Colombia

2 students in Sierra Leone died due to mud floodings

Helping peers in Malawi

American students used aquaponics to grow plants in Malawi with 90% less water

Parents

Belgian students invited their parents to bring change at home

Beach cleanup

Students in UAE did a huge beach cleanup

Solutions

Greek students offered their letters proposing solutions for deforestation to the Greek Minister of Environment and Energy.

Solutions

Students in Malawi developed their own water heater with plastic bottles

Message from Dr. Jane Goodall

Dr. Jane Goodall

Discover who's supporting this project.

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Covered by national media across 45 countries

Participating schools

We have over 10,000 participating schools. Discover their stories.

+10,000 schools across 7 continents