October 13, 2019
In many countries around the region, the general public is still lacking basic awareness and understanding of the drivers and impact of climate change, as well as options for reducing carbon emissions and adapting to the new temperature rise. People are the ultimate consumers of goods and services, which use up resources and energy. Taking action at the household level requires knowledge of how to make a difference.
Because early education can have such an impact on life-long behaviours, UNDP developed a learning toolkit for school children. The interactive materials provide them with important information on issues related to global climate change in an interesting, attractive and entertaining way.