Getting to work for the inaugural WithOneSeed Environment Education Week which was held in the sub district of Baguia this week was a challenge.
As part of WithOneSeed’s commitment to Universal Education the environmental education week delivered the program developed in association with the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne.
The program is called Carbon Futures and introduces students to the carbon cycle. Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne Education Coordinator Mick Robertson and WithOneSeed Director Andrew Mahar delivered the program in Baguia Over 500 participants from the 35 schools across Baguia were involved in a range of activities during the week that provided a hands-on experience of the need to protect the environment.
WithOneSeed has four commitments. Reforestation, economic participation, universal education and regional partnerships.