The Green Education Center – Legacy from the Land of Zayed, run by the Ministry of Education as part of the COP 28 conference, has received 384 male and female students from 12 schools across the country. Students interacted with the educational and recreational activities provided by the center, designed to increase their environmental awareness through experiences that combine fun and knowledge.
Interactive platforms dedicated to focusing on environmental diversity in the UAE received significant response from students, in addition to a “Sustainability Craft” game inspired by the natural and biological diversity of the UAE and a room designed to provide educational content on climate issues. In cooperation with “SEE” company.
The list of schools that visited the center include: “Virgin International School”, “Atbal Al Khair” School, “Arbor” School, “Dwight” School, Halimah Al Sadiya School, Al Tabianiya School, Al Fath School, Abdul Rahman Al Nasser School, Excellence School, and Raffles International School. », School of Principles, and Saeed Education Complex Al Warqa.
By the end of the sixth day of the COP28 conference, the number of visitors to “Legacy from the Land of Said” reached about 4,000 visitors, and the center will continue its work until the end of the Conference of Parties on December 12. .
The center has attracted a large number of visitors since its inception, who flock to its various halls to learn about the concepts of sustainability put forth by participating companies under the center’s umbrella. The inauguration of the center was an epitome of partnership between the Ministry of Education and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Last April, the Ministry announced the “Green Education Partnership” program, focusing on four key axes: Green Education, Green Schools, Green Communities and Building green skills. The number of visitors and visitors to the center during the conference is expected to exceed 18,000 participants, confirming the level of global interest in the role of education in sustainability issues.
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