Climate Education At Henry Alex Duduyemi Memorial College

In July 2017, we were received by the students of Henry Alex Duduyemi Memorial CollegeIle-Ife, Osun State, the staff and students were taught the importance of trees to our existence which includes combating hunger and poverty, they were also educated on the dangers of climate change to the environment after which they were led into TREE PLANTING. The Principal, Teachers, and Students all planted TREES after the lecture.

Climate Education At Charisade Secondary School

In July 2017, we engaged the Students and Staff of Chrisade Secondary School, Ilesha, Osun State. The project started with a reception given to us by the Founder of the College which allowed us to further express our concerns on Climate Change using visible illustrations.We spent quality time educating the students on Climate change and the roles trees could play in combating the evil, the entire school participated in the exercise.

Climate Education At Kingdom Heritage Model School

We engaged approximately 400 Students of KINGDOM HERITAGE MODEL SCHOOL, ILE-IFE in exciting hours of climate education. The students were taught basic facts about the environment including the rate of deforestation in the country, the importance of recycling and environmental conservation, the growing crisis of climate change, and the role that everyone can play in helping to solve ecological problems at local, national and global levels. After the lessons, staff and students participated in tree planting exercises and all vowed to take the message of climate action back to their communities.



2019 World Environment Day

To commemorate 2019 World Environment Day, the premier Inter School Tree planting competition moved to Community Government Middle School, Ota-Efun Osogbo, Osun State Nigeria where students were shown the concept behind today’s event by imparting into them the knowledge on Air pollution and climate change after which they were led into Tree planting being part of the measures to combat the aforementioned ecological issues, it was such a great moment to see the staff and students jubilating after the event.

Special thanks to Professor Chukwumerije Okereke, University of Reading and Coordinating Lead Author IPCC WgIII AR6 who sponsored the move.