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1000 green schools plan by Church of South India

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The Department of Ecological Concerns in collaboration with the departments of Youth and SEVA (diaconal Concerns) organized the event to discuss global warming and the ecological crisis facing their country.Professor Mathew Kosy Punnackadu, an environmental scientist, writer and activist who initiated the Green Church Movement in India, said, “We have taken a decision to make 1,000 schools of CSI into Green Schools this year. While everyone, everywhere asserts the importance of ‘learning to live sustainably,’ environment remains a peripheral issue in the formal schooling system.”He explained that environmental issues were viewed as an extracurricular activity and didn’t have a priority position in the national curriculum.“The Green School program moves beyond theories and text books and concentrates on ‘doing’,” he said.The aim is to make students more aware with thought-provoking activities. The program will involve an environment management system, run by students, which audits the consumption of natural resources within the school campuses and helps schools become good environmental managers. The Green School Project will be run in collaboration with the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) in New Delhi. The schools will have to register for the green audit and CSE will give training for the eco-teachers of each school, providing manuals and other audit tools.Punnackadu added, “Schools will become Green Schools, students will study environmental science and will get good eco-insights, teaching and study will become more interesting and the results of the schools will improve. We started the campaign to enroll as many schools in Green School Project. CSI has more than 1500 Schools in South India. This year project aims to work with 1,000 schools.”Other outcomes from the environmental gathering included plans for training for diocesan leaders with projects such as waste management, renewable energy and the planting of 100,000 saplings. 1000 green schools plan by Church of South India Director of Music Morristown, NJ Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CAlast_img read more