About One Planet Academy
WWF-India's One Planet Academy is a unique portal imparting education for the environment among children, and laying a foundation for building a sustainable future.
Our environment is essential for survival. We are all deeply inter-connected with nature, and each one of its creations plays a significant role in forming the web of life.
The portal hubs stories, games, films, competitions and much more encouraging students to become young explorers of the natural world.
For teachers, it offers classroom solutions in form of creative activity and project ideas with environmental themes seamlessly woven into mainstream subjects. The short term Online Training programmes upgrade teacher skill sets and encourage them into becoming environment educators.
The schools play an important role as school environment, culture, beliefs and practices nurture the inquisitive and impressionable minds of young children. Adopting sustainable or green practices should be an integral part of every school's vision.
Join us, and lead by example by taking those first steps towards a green future!
One Planet Academy
About WWF India
WWF-India was established as a Charitable Trust on 27th November 1969 to further the mission to stop the degradation of the planet's natural environment and build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature. Rechristened World Wide Fund for Nature-India in 1987, WWF-India has over 40 years of experience in this field.
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About the Partnership
WWF-India's One Planet Academy is a joint venture of WWF-India and Capgemini, India. This venture is an outcome of the shared values and beliefs for the need of environment education in the country.
Capgemini, undertakes socially useful programmes for the welfare and sustainable development of the community at large.
Together, we strive to promote conservation practices within schools, homes and communities across.
They believe that the children are the vanguards of the planet's future. And technology has unraveled new possibilities to spread environmental awareness across the nation.
Hence, to increase the outreach of environment education through technology, the idea of a digital portal was conceived. And thus, after two years of consultations, workshops, and research, One Planet Academy was born.
This portal is a testament for both, WWF-India and Capgemini, India of the common vision for a better and sustainable future.