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Topic: : “Education for Living Sustainably in Harmony with Nature”

Date: 26th March 2022

Time: 11 am- 1 pm

In the current pandemic era, the importance of living in harmony with nature has been highlighted significantly. For this, new lifestyles and practices need to be adopted by all, especially among the younger generation. Inculcating these values is a challenge for educators and teachers. So, in this specially designed workshop for teachers, we will discuss about several challenges faced by teachers and best practices to build Conservation Leadership through Education in the pandemic times.

In this workshop some of the leading experts in field of Environment Education will be discussing the following:

  • The future of outdoor and environmental education in the post COVID era.
  • How to build Conservation Leadership through Education in the pandemic times.
  • Role of teachers in educating students about our nature, while also respecting both indigenous knowledge and modern science & technology for its conservation.

Resource Persons

  • Lima Rosalind- Rosalind is a Wildlife Biologist, having worked on many endangered Species like the Bengal Florican, Black necked Crane and several others. As an Environment Educator she is very passionate about spreading awareness on nature conservation. She is also a very keen Interpreter of Natural History, and has set up Visitor Centres in National Park and Sanctuaries. Research in Wildlife Biology, Environment Education, Interpretation of Natural and Cultural Sites, Sustainable Livelihoods, Policy advocacy, Training and Capacity building for Conservation Awareness are some of her areas of expertise. She now runs a section 8 Company, Green Future Foundation with three other Directors.
  • Cheryl Charles- Cheryl Charles is an innovator, entrepreneur, educator, author and organizational executive. CoFounder, President and CEO Emerita of the Children & Nature Network. Cheryl serves as a member of the Steering Committee for the International Union for the Conservation of Nature’s Commission on Education and Communication (IUCN CEC) since 2005. She has also helped to develop the concept for IUCN’s #NatureForAll. She recently served as lead author and coordinator of #NatureForAll’s report, Home to Us All: How Connecting with Nature Helps Us Care for Ourselves and the Earth.
  • Jai Sharma- Jai Sharma is a National Geographic certified Educator, Trainer and naturalist by profession, a passionate wildlife enthusiast with a total experience of 25+ years. Possessing vast experience in organizing Environment, Nature and Wildlife awareness programs, workshops, nature study camps and educational field trips in schools for students as well as teachers. He is also a member of IUCN CEC since 2021.
  • Dr. Rupali Bal- Dr. Rupali Bal is an environmentalist, having more than 20 years of research & professional experience in ecosystem management, biodiversity conservation, climate change and STI outreach. She is Presently working as Scientist-C in Punjab State Council for Science & Technology, Department of Science Technology & Environment, Govt. of Punjab.

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