Newsletter September 2022
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Bring your students' voices to COP27!

Running Out of Time is taking place from 30th September to 6th November!
A 7,767km non-stop relay from Glasgow, Scotland (Host of COP26) through 18 countries before arriving at Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt (Host of COP27) that hopes to transport and deliver a climate message to the World's Leaders at COP27!
Make a difference by taking part in the Global Schools Action Day on Thursday, 3rd November.
Join thousands of schools around the world to engage in climate action!
Sign up and receive resources to prepare for this impactful global day.
Register Here 📝

Three Things to do Once You Have Registered!

Let others know about your registration!
Download the following social media templates and just add your name and logo:
Instagram | Facebook
to help us spread the word about the world's longest climate action relay!
Support and discuss the baton message with your class!
Inside the Baton is a message for the decision-makers at COP27 
Read and Support The Baton Message
Resources are also available to help get your class talking!
Share Your School's Journey!
Share your Global School’s Action Day journey and preparations with other schools from all over the world by joining our Facebook group

Best Practice Competition 2022 Winners

Congratulations to the winners for sharing their amazing initiatives on biodiversity 
protection and restoration, and inspiring us!
The winning projects come from all over the world and range from planting over 3000 trees, creating spaces for wildlife in schools and on campuses to the installation of a hydroponics garden!

Read all about GAIA’s 20:30 Biodiversity Best Practice Competition winners! 🥳

We also want to say a big thank you to all the participants for engaging in the competition.

GAIA 20:30 Biodiversity Campaign Achievements

The Biodiversity Campaign has come to an end, and it's time for us to share the figures!
Thank you to all the participants that proved once again that collective climate action is helping raise awareness and protect global biodiversity! 👏

Over 150,000 participants from 73 countries across the Globe took part in the Global Action Days!
Find more of the key figures and the challenges of the campaign by clicking on the button below.
You will also discover new Lesson Plans and Best Practices all about biodiversity protection!
Check out the infographic 👀

FEE Academy Courses

Eco-Schools Seven Steps
A Project-Based Learning Best Practice
Opens 19th of September
Find out about the Seven-Steps Eco-Schools methodology with this free course on FEE Academy! Hear from the experiences of members of the FEE network to understand how they implement it as part of a project-based learning approach. 
Sign up for free here 

(Please contact your Eco-Schools National Operator for the enrollment code) 

Stories From Countries

Jerudong International School 
Awarded Green Flag

Jerudong International School, Brunei, has shared their journey in achieving their first Green Flag award, highlighting just some of the ways they worked towards this achievement!

‘We have had highs and lows in our journey, but we are very proud of many of the new initiatives that have resulted and have certainly learned a lot along the way.’
Yvonne Follows-Smith, Education for Sustainable Development Coordinator

Read about their Green Flag journey here

Global Forest Fund is our unique scheme to help individuals like you reduce their carbon footprint while at the same time providing valuable resources and education to communities worldwide. Read more.
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