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Earth Warriors Global

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Project begin: 01/10/2020

Two young women have created a free school pilot offering a comprehensive climate education program. Adaptable anywhere in the world and 100% sustainable.


Leading organisation: Earth Warriors Global
The country where the team is based: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Covered Countries: United Kingdom, Botswana, United States of America, India
Theme: Education for Sustainable Development
Sub-themes: Climate change, Environment, Sustainable lifestyles, Waste management
Tag: #Youth
Selection: 2022
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Shweta Bahri grew up in India and Keya Lamba in Hong Kong. These two young women came together around a common belief: children are the future of our changing world and need to be prepared from a young age to take care of our planet.

In 2020, they created Earth Warriors Global to fill a gap in comprehensive, age-appropriate educational materials for young children. Their mission is to tackle the climate crisis by empowering 2 billion children to take action through age-appropriate climate education

Shweta and Keya provide a comprehensive climate education curriculum for children aged 3 to 11 using a positive and empowering approach.

Through the Earth Warriors platform, schools can obtain a comprehensive climate program for children aged 3 to 11. Teachers receive training, lesson plans and guidance materials that are easy to implement and require minimal preparation.

A positive and empowering approach

The platform provides high quality education resources which have been reviewed by experts from Harvard and Stanford Universities. This tested play-based and solutions-focused approach empowers children to learn about climate change without causing any feelings of stress and anxiety.

Shweta and Keya have designed the school curriculum to be implemented flexibly in a variety of different contexts making it globally scalable. It is 100% sustainable with no plastic manipulatives or additional materials sent physically to schools, which also makes scaling it low-cost. Teachers access our materials and training online while all our activities are done using materials found in nature or materials considered waste at home / in schools.

The project has reached over 600 students in 4 different countries (US, UK, Botswana and India). Shweta and Keya’s goal is to reach as many schools as possible around the world.

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