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Student Workshop: 'Unlock the Seasons'
The 19th Cycle of the inspiring Workshops is based around four seasons – Summer, Spring, Autumn and Winter. Like the evolving environment, seasons signify the passage of time and change. Through the theme ‘Unlocking the Seasons’ students will learn how to adapt and make the best use of the benefits the four seasons have to offer. Elements of each season encompass the problems, the realities and the innovative solutions. The aim of the workshops is to instill awareness and stimulate discussion on the various Sustainable Development Goals and how to adapt to the changing climate and master the art of identifying the best solution in every difficult environmental scenario.

As an accredited NGO of the United Nations Environment Programme, and the United Nations Convention for Combatting Desertification and as members of the International Union of the Conservation of Nature and the United Nations Global Compact, EEG will fulfill UN SDG Goal number 4: “Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all”.

The programme is a series of workshops that include activities that will also explore other UN SDG Goals including SDG 12: Responsible Consumption and Production, SDG 13: Climate Action, SDG Goal 14: Life below Water and SDG Goal 15: Life of Land. Students will be engaged in interactive and inclusive activities that will ensure a productive and enjoyable learning environment. Similarly, teachers will be given the opportunity to network with each other and absorb new techniques of inclusive teaching and learning to incorporate into their teaching methods.

Emirates Environmental Group (EEG) invites your highly regarded academic institution to join the upcoming 19th Cycle of the Annual Students’ Workshops, organised from the 4th – 6th of November 2019, on the topic of “Unlock the Seasons” at The Rashid School for Boys.

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