This pack aims to provide youth leaders and teachers with practical ideas about how to explore energy issues with young people. It aims to provide a wide variety of activities that can be easily adapted by the leader or teacher to suit their group.
The ECO-Watchers toolkit provides ready to go lessons with cut-out and photocopy ready resources. These can be used as standalone lessons and activities or as a the basis for projects on a number of environmental themes including Waste, Energy and Climate Change.
This 90-page Peer Education Handbook provides a guide to developing and supporting a Youth for Sustainable Development Peer Education Programme. The handbook includes over 40 interactive activities and helpful tips and checklists for both young people and adult support workers.
This pack is a brilliant collection of outdoor activities aimed at encouraging young people to explore, protect and conserve Irish Wildlife. The easy-to-follow illustrated guidelines for different nature-based tasks, such as wild flower garden, make fun environmental action all year round.
This 12-workshop session pack aims to channel young people’s energy into positive action, empowering them to improve and protect themselves, others and their environment. It has been designed to enable educators, youth leaders and peer educators to explore, through practical activities project work, an alternative approach to drug prevention with young people.
This book aims to raise awareness about the environment amongst young children (5-8 year olds) and to support teachers to introduce environmental education in class activities. The book was designed in a large format (A3) to enable teachers/leaders to use it as a tool for group activities in class.
This pack presents a flexible, easy to use range of workshops, simulation games and activities designed to make young people aware of the alternatives to prejudice and stereotyping, using environmental education. It celebrates multiculturalism and the environment.
This guide was produced as a result of a three-year pilot project between ECO-UNESCO and Coillte Teoranta. The project was based in Barnaslingan Wood, Co. Dublin. The main aim of the project was to enhance environmental and social functions of commercial forests. A management plan was researched, produced and implemented by ECO-UNESCO, leading to the […]
Information leaflets with simple guidelines for living more sustainably at home, school and in our communities. Topics include monitoring water pollution, planting trees and managing waste. Perfect for those who want to learn or teach practical environmental work.
A guide with ideas on how to protect and improve your local environment, including step by step instructions on how to monitor air pollution, how to compost, create a wildlife garden and lots more.