Category Archives: Environmental Education

Environmental Education Project at CEL, Kundapur – Ellen Schlattmann & Tizia Klein, AFS-Germany

Environmental Education Project at CEL, Kundapur – Ellen Schlattmann & Tizia Klein, AFS-Germany

We, Ellen and Tizia, two AFS volunteers from Germany, worked for one year in the Environmental Education Project at CEL (Centre for Experimental Living, Shettrakatte).

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Celebrating Environment Day at Kundapura: 7th June 2018

Celebrating Environment Day at Kundapura: 7th June 2018

FSL-India celebrated Enviroment Day with the collaboration of the Forest Department of Conservation, Kundapura, and Grama Panchayath, Gulwadi. A former President of Grama Panchayat, Mr.Narayana Madiwal’s house premises did a plantation through the involvement of the community members and celebrated Environment Day.

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Celebrating Environment Day 2018 at CEL, Kundapur

Celebrating Environment Day 2018 at CEL, Kundapur

On 5th June, the volunteers and staff of FSL-India’s Centre for Experiential Living (CEL) Kundapur, together with the local community, celebrated Environment Day.

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Plastic Waste Collection Rally by FSL-India’s CEL, Kundapur & Gram Panchayat, Neralakatte

Plastic Waste Collection Rally by FSL-India’s CEL, Kundapur & Gram Panchayat, Neralakatte

On 19th January, under the leadership of Manjesh BM, Field Officer, and Manjunath B, CEL Coordinator, FSL-India organised a plastic waste collection rally jointly with the Neralakatte Gram Panchayat, to create awareness on Plastic Waste Management.

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Environmental Education Session – November 16th, 2017

Environmental Education Session – November 16th, 2017

It was the second session of Environmental Education at the Government Higher Primary School, Neralakatte. Four volunteers, i.e. Nikolina, Ellen, Sofia and Ellen from FSL-India, together with Manjesh and Dinesh (for the translation), talked about the three different types of pollution. The children already knew a lot about the topic and therefore, they could interact well.

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