Our amazing team have worked with waste analysis and waste auditing at large scale venues to suggest sustainable changes and implement a plan to reduce waste. The results we were able to achieve at different events has been unprecedented and noticeable. Waste Reduction is one of our core activities.
Our central idea is surrounded around delivering climate education to the wide spread youth community of the world through the use of different platforms. We have conducted national conferences, workshops, and in-class training on ideas related to climate change.
We focus on making the maximum positive impact through online platforms such as YouTube, Podcasting, Webinars, etc. Our youth-centred content shared through various channels are able to reach out to wider community with the similar interests and take action.
We are trying to implement an amendment to the current educational syllabus in which we add informational sessions and activity-oriented classes to discuss about topics regarding Climate Change, Sustainability (Includes introduction to sustainable practices and sustainable alternatives) and Effective waste management.
This project's first draft has been forwarded to the SCERT by the Hon’ble Education Minister of Kerala.
Waste reduction, 100% Waste segregation, Awareness and Plastic reduction along with maintenance of Green Protocol at large scale events such as the Kerala State Karate Tournament held at Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium at Kochi.
Similarly we have worked at a national competition with 500+ participants and managed to bring down the total waste to under 12kg (Inclusive of food waste - 8kg and plastic/ other waste across 2 days).
· Conducted one of the Biggest National Climate Change Conference in Kerala at CUSAT, Kochi on 17th and 18th January 2020. Key resource persons included Indonesian origin, Global climate activist Isabel Wijsen, The ‘Waterman of India’ Rajendra Singh, Dr Oomen V Oomen, Akshay Jain, Sameer Nair, Nisha George, Padma Shri Dr G Shankar, etc. The event was supported by JCI, Indian Green Building Council, Kerala State- Excise Department, Vimukthi Mission and Kerala Institute of Local Administration
Conducting detailed analysis on waste management methodologies used, approximation and calculation of waste generated, identifying streams of waste and providing suggestions on how effective alternatives can be used to reduce waste-based impact on nature. One of the methodologies used is to conduct clean-ups at the particular place which is done with the help of volunteers from different colleges/ schools. The clean-ups serve another purpose of making the participating volunteers aware about the ineffectiveness in waste management at that particular place and helps them reflect upon their own environment. Recent report created officially for International Film Festival of Kerala 2019.
‘Sustainable Menstruation Practices’ topic-based classes/ workshops have been conducted at various schools and colleges across Kerala such as Kozhikode Medical College, Cochin University of Science and Technology (Cochin), Vaidyaratnam Ayurveda College, Government Engineering College (Barton Hill), Government College (Karyavattom), etc.
Online classes/ educational videos, live sessions and Q&A sessions with experts and people using sustainable menstruation products have been actively conducted and is still on-going, Breaking taboo and sharing experiences with others has been something we were able to achieve with great effort.
Awareness and activities at schools and colleges across Kerala regarding topics related to sustainability and effective waste management. Currently conducted activity oriented and interactive climate education classes across many schools and colleges across more than 7 Districts in Kerala. We have established clubs and youth communities in the influential campuses and is planning to expand across Pan-India.
Our key experiment working with primary. school students have came out to be a massive success! We were able to influence young kids through activities and stories about climate change and plastic alternatives.