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Teach For Green Teach For Green is a nationwide Do It Yourself (DIY) green energy workshop movement that aims to create awareness and entrepreneurship. https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=1646218755683488

We are committed for sustainable green energy future by promoting DIY approach that encourages renewable energy and energy efficiency in harmony with nature.

We are committed for sustainable green energy future by promoting DIY approach that encourages renewable energy and energy efficiency in harmony with nature.

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With the growing concerns over the skyrocketing plastic consumption across the world, it is essential for us to learn mo...
12/12/2021

With the growing concerns over the skyrocketing plastic consumption across the world, it is essential for us to learn more about the statistics and get a more comprehensive view of the problem.
According to a study, about 8 million tonnes of plastic enters oceans every year and this amount is expected to triple by 2040 !

These plastic pieces are destructing the marine ecosystem and harming marine wildlife in unimaginable ways. About 100,000 marine mammals die from plastic waste every year.(WWF)
#climatechange #environment #marinepollution #pollution #accountability #savetheplanet #saveearth #saveenvironment #sustainabilitymatters #takeresponsibility #takeactiontoday

With the growing concerns over the skyrocketing plastic consumption across the world, it is essential for us to learn more about the statistics and get a more comprehensive view of the problem.
According to a study, about 8 million tonnes of plastic enters oceans every year and this amount is expected to triple by 2040 !

These plastic pieces are destructing the marine ecosystem and harming marine wildlife in unimaginable ways. About 100,000 marine mammals die from plastic waste every year.(WWF)
#climatechange #environment #marinepollution #pollution #accountability #savetheplanet #saveearth #saveenvironment #sustainabilitymatters #takeresponsibility #takeactiontoday

Lot has been said about adverse effect of Air Pollution, specially at this time of year, when AQI is mostly in the Unhea...
18/11/2021

Lot has been said about adverse effect of Air Pollution, specially at this time of year, when AQI is mostly in the Unhealthy to Hazardous zone. The reason that Air Pollution is so dreadful around winter season is that due to the colder air – the pollutants settle near the ground and since, the winds aren’t that strong they persist around us – leaving us more exposed to them!
Time and again, concerning authorities and government bodies try to reassure that relevant steps are being taken to mitigate it. But have you ever wondered – how small steps by you can help clean air around us! So, let’s give you a run through of what all can be done, by you - to save the planet and to save yourself as well, from the pollutants.
When stepping outside of home, check AQI (Air Quality Index) of your area, if AQI lies beyond unhealthy region, tread outside only if necessary. If you can’t avoid going out, wear a PM 2.5 or N95 mask, it would not only block the dreadful pollutants but also the Corona virus, as we are still in the pandemic. On the other hand, to help lessen your personal contribution to the air pollutants, try walking or cycling to nearby areas, or else you can pool cars with your colleagues or neighbors when going to office, and on top of that, public transport is always an option.
Moving on to the steps that can help you improve indoor air quality – start by growing lots of air-purifying indoor plants. Plants like snake plant, spider plant, zz plant and many more, require very less maintenance and sunlight, and in return they absorb harmful pollutants, leaving behind clean air around us. Seems like more sustainable and cheaper solution than buying Air Purifiers, right! Next thing you can do is - avoid firewood for cooking or heating purpose, try cleaner fuels and electric devices instead. Also, avoid smoking indoors, or if you can, avoid smoking entirely – it’s injurious to health anyways. Also, stop using aerosols like spray cans , paints, bug sprays, etc. – they are also one of the source of indoor air pollutants. And Lastly, save electricity! You must be wondering how switching off an electric appliance might improve indoor air quality – but the thing is – everything in this world is inter-linked, and so is the indoor and outdoor air pollution. A mere act of turning off the lights, when not in use, is just a small gesture, but if done cumulatively, it will lessen the load on electric generation by fossil fuel burning, and thus, will reduce generation of pollutants at large.
Hope these tips will help you fight Air pollution better and enjoy the winter season with cleaner air and season’s warmth.
#airpollution #newdelhi #india #UNICEF #UNEP #environment #climatecrisis

Lot has been said about adverse effect of Air Pollution, specially at this time of year, when AQI is mostly in the Unhealthy to Hazardous zone. The reason that Air Pollution is so dreadful around winter season is that due to the colder air – the pollutants settle near the ground and since, the winds aren’t that strong they persist around us – leaving us more exposed to them!
Time and again, concerning authorities and government bodies try to reassure that relevant steps are being taken to mitigate it. But have you ever wondered – how small steps by you can help clean air around us! So, let’s give you a run through of what all can be done, by you - to save the planet and to save yourself as well, from the pollutants.
When stepping outside of home, check AQI (Air Quality Index) of your area, if AQI lies beyond unhealthy region, tread outside only if necessary. If you can’t avoid going out, wear a PM 2.5 or N95 mask, it would not only block the dreadful pollutants but also the Corona virus, as we are still in the pandemic. On the other hand, to help lessen your personal contribution to the air pollutants, try walking or cycling to nearby areas, or else you can pool cars with your colleagues or neighbors when going to office, and on top of that, public transport is always an option.
Moving on to the steps that can help you improve indoor air quality – start by growing lots of air-purifying indoor plants. Plants like snake plant, spider plant, zz plant and many more, require very less maintenance and sunlight, and in return they absorb harmful pollutants, leaving behind clean air around us. Seems like more sustainable and cheaper solution than buying Air Purifiers, right! Next thing you can do is - avoid firewood for cooking or heating purpose, try cleaner fuels and electric devices instead. Also, avoid smoking indoors, or if you can, avoid smoking entirely – it’s injurious to health anyways. Also, stop using aerosols like spray cans , paints, bug sprays, etc. – they are also one of the source of indoor air pollutants. And Lastly, save electricity! You must be wondering how switching off an electric appliance might improve indoor air quality – but the thing is – everything in this world is inter-linked, and so is the indoor and outdoor air pollution. A mere act of turning off the lights, when not in use, is just a small gesture, but if done cumulatively, it will lessen the load on electric generation by fossil fuel burning, and thus, will reduce generation of pollutants at large.
Hope these tips will help you fight Air pollution better and enjoy the winter season with cleaner air and season’s warmth.
#airpollution #newdelhi #india #UNICEF #UNEP #environment #climatecrisis

One of the things we can do to reduce our plastic waste, other than not buying it, of course, is repurposing it! Plastic...
19/06/2021

One of the things we can do to reduce our plastic waste, other than not buying it, of course, is repurposing it! Plastic is non-biodegradable and could only be recycled once or twice, that too in a proper recycling plant. By repurposing our plastic (bottles, here) we are adopting a sustainable and zero-waste lifestyle that is beneficial for not only us but the entire environment! ♻️

#plastic #waste #repurpose #recycle #sustainable #zerowaste #environment

One of the things we can do to reduce our plastic waste, other than not buying it, of course, is repurposing it! Plastic is non-biodegradable and could only be recycled once or twice, that too in a proper recycling plant. By repurposing our plastic (bottles, here) we are adopting a sustainable and zero-waste lifestyle that is beneficial for not only us but the entire environment! ♻️

#plastic #waste #repurpose #recycle #sustainable #zerowaste #environment

02/06/2021

Bonjour Nature Lovers,🌱

Let me take you through the 2nd day of “TFG SUMMER WORKSHOP”.🍀
As it takes time to make paper mache, the session started by understanding and working on the first step. Meanwhile, topics like recycling paper and its advantages, the origin and history of paper mache, the art of paper mache in places like France and India were covered.♻️
Then the beautiful and productive art of paper mache 📰was performed by the participants. They learned how to make one and what all kinds of paper mache are possible to make. Videos were shown about how they can make paper, jewelry, and wall decor out of this activity.📺
It was an interactive session where participants experimented with the waste material to make something useful and decorative.🍄

Stay tuned with us to know what the next workshop on “PAPER BAG”🛍️ brings to the table!

Think green, act green.🍀
Till then, toddles!🐒

28/05/2021

Ciao Nature lovers,🌱

“The Earth is what we have in common” ~WENDELL BERRY🌎
Do you ever think about the degrading environment but don’t know what to do?
Here is your chance to bring about a change by doing what you can, with what you’ve got, and from wherever you are!🍀

Join the “SUMMER WORKSHOP” and make a difference!💧

Registration link: https://forms.gle/5GikbkFUrUvigFNA8

#nature #noplastic #climatechange #s #reusereducerecycle #recycled #preloved #reducewaste #sustentabilidade #saynotoplastic #shoplocal #love #smallbusiness #reusable #homedecor #circulareconomy #upcycled #earth #plastic #organic #repurposed #handmade

27/05/2021

Hola environment enthusiasts,👋
"It is our collective and individual responsibility to preserve and tend to the world in which we all live." ~ DALAI LAMA

In order to perform the collective responsibility, Teach For Green is back with “TFG SUMMER WORKSHOP”. It aims at spreading awareness about paper waste and providing experiential learning related to the up-cycling of paper. 🍀
Reusing paper will also save energy⚡, resources🚲, water💧 and will also contribute towards improved air and water quality.
It’s time to realize your individual responsibilities towards the planet. Let your actions speak louder than words. 🎬

Join our 'TFG SUMMER WORKSHOP' and take a step forward in saving the planet.🌎

Registration link: https://forms.gle/5GikbkFUrUvigFNA8

#environment #nature #sustainability #climatechange #ecofriendly #savetheplanet #zerowaste #earth #sustainable #gogreen #green #recycle #eco #plasticfree #environmentallyfriendly #sustainableliving #photography #globalwarming #climate #pollution #reuse #art #conservation #india #wildlife #naturephotography #covid #ecology

24/05/2021

Hello amigos!⚡
Let’s review our journey of Bird Feeder workshop on the last day of our 🍀ECO-SUMMER CAMP🍀!
We started off with some facts about birds🦜 and talked about their evolution. In this learning process, participants interacted about how birds inspire science i.e. airplanes✈️. Some questions like “ Why are birds important?” , “How do they depend on the ecosystem?” , “How do they sustain forest life?” and “Why is there a decline in some species of birds?” were answered.
They talked about saviours of birds and watched a video on winter migration of birds to Indian subcontinent. An icebreaking activity was conducted where participants shared about what birds do they see in and around their area followed by a talk on endangered birds in India like great Indian Buster, Forest owlet and many more🦅.
A final touch to the session was definitely a ‘BIRD FEEDER’ 🦤! Our participants reused plastic bottles🍶and made beautiful bird feeders followed by a short information on how we can help these little creatures.

Congratulations to our participants for successfully completing the summer camp!🎉
Cheers to taking a step ahead in saving the environment!🌱

Great acts are made up of small deeds ~ LAO TZU

#environment #nature #sustainability #climatechange #ecofriendly #savetheplanet #zerowaste #earth #sustainable #gogreen #green #recycle #eco #plasticfree #love #environmentallyfriendly #sustainableliving #photography #globalwarming #climate #pollution #reuse #art #conservation #india #wildlife #naturephotography #covid #ecology

16/05/2021

Teach for green is organizing an ‘ECO SUMMER CAMP’ starting from 15th May to 23rd May 2021. The camp consists of four activities aimed at sensitizing the community towards environmental issues through intensive and engaging experiential learning. The activities are creative and therapeutic, which all of us need especially in these trying and testing times.
The Nature Zine activity was conducted on 15th May, wherein Participants of all ages joined.
It was an interactive session where participants were introduced to the art of making zines and also shared their experiences, feelings, and memories about nature. It was also aimed at making participants relax and reflect on all the times they’ve spent in nature and hence worked as the perfect creative detox from all the happenings in the world. The participants made and decorated their zines in their own unique ways.

New activities are being conducted every day in the Eco summer camp.
So Register yourself now!
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Helloo folks!☘️Let's gear up to roll this amazing eco-summer camp starting from tomorrow!♻️Take a step ahead and be the ...
14/05/2021

Helloo folks!☘️
Let's gear up to roll this amazing eco-summer camp starting from tomorrow!♻️
Take a step ahead and be the change you wish to see in the world!

Registration link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdWzMWvYhfKbSCZisqei4LlReyGU3J34NBV3JQPnDEuL3cyyQ/viewform

Helloo folks!☘️
Let's gear up to roll this amazing eco-summer camp starting from tomorrow!♻️
Take a step ahead and be the change you wish to see in the world!

Registration link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdWzMWvYhfKbSCZisqei4LlReyGU3J34NBV3JQPnDEuL3cyyQ/viewform

Environmental pollution is defined as the Adverse alteration of our environment. It is a byproduct of human activities t...
12/05/2021

Environmental pollution is defined as the Adverse alteration of our environment. It is a byproduct of human activities that directly or indirectly responsible for the changes in the environment. These changes could be in the physical, chemical, or biological characteristics of air or water that are harmful to human life and other living things. Population explosion, rapid industrialization, deforestation, unplanned urbanization, scientific and technological advancement, etc. The main cause of environmental pollution. About 25% of India's total area is seriously polluted. Three-quarters of the land is water, but there is a shortage of drinking water. In India, water sources are found in ponds and river lakes have been polluted and are unfit for consumption. Due to the increased use of fertilizers, season oceans have been contaminated with harmful pollutants.

#teachforgreen
#pollution #environment #climatechange #nature #savetheplanet #plasticpollution #zerowaste #ecofriendly #plastic #recycle #earth #plasticfree #sustainability #airpollution #globalwarming #gogreen #ocean #green #trash #covid #waste

Environmental pollution is defined as the Adverse alteration of our environment. It is a byproduct of human activities that directly or indirectly responsible for the changes in the environment. These changes could be in the physical, chemical, or biological characteristics of air or water that are harmful to human life and other living things. Population explosion, rapid industrialization, deforestation, unplanned urbanization, scientific and technological advancement, etc. The main cause of environmental pollution. About 25% of India's total area is seriously polluted. Three-quarters of the land is water, but there is a shortage of drinking water. In India, water sources are found in ponds and river lakes have been polluted and are unfit for consumption. Due to the increased use of fertilizers, season oceans have been contaminated with harmful pollutants.

#teachforgreen
#pollution #environment #climatechange #nature #savetheplanet #plasticpollution #zerowaste #ecofriendly #plastic #recycle #earth #plasticfree #sustainability #airpollution #globalwarming #gogreen #ocean #green #trash #covid #waste

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With the growing concerns over the skyrocketing plastic consumption across the world, it is essential for us to learn more about the statistics and get a more comprehensive view of the problem. According to a study, about 8 million tonnes of plastic enters oceans every year and this amount is expected to triple by 2040 ! These plastic pieces are destructing the marine ecosystem and harming marine wildlife in unimaginable ways. About 100,000 marine mammals die from plastic waste every year.(WWF) #climatechange #environment #marinepollution #pollution #accountability #savetheplanet #saveearth #saveenvironment #sustainabilitymatters #takeresponsibility #takeactiontoday
Lot has been said about adverse effect of Air Pollution, specially at this time of year, when AQI is mostly in the Unhealthy to Hazardous zone. The reason that Air Pollution is so dreadful around winter season is that due to the colder air – the pollutants settle near the ground and since, the winds aren’t that strong they persist around us – leaving us more exposed to them! Time and again, concerning authorities and government bodies try to reassure that relevant steps are being taken to mitigate it. But have you ever wondered – how small steps by you can help clean air around us! So, let’s give you a run through of what all can be done, by you - to save the planet and to save yourself as well, from the pollutants. When stepping outside of home, check AQI (Air Quality Index) of your area, if AQI lies beyond unhealthy region, tread outside only if necessary. If you can’t avoid going out, wear a PM 2.5 or N95 mask, it would not only block the dreadful pollutants but also the Corona virus, as we are still in the pandemic. On the other hand, to help lessen your personal contribution to the air pollutants, try walking or cycling to nearby areas, or else you can pool cars with your colleagues or neighbors when going to office, and on top of that, public transport is always an option. Moving on to the steps that can help you improve indoor air quality – start by growing lots of air-purifying indoor plants. Plants like snake plant, spider plant, zz plant and many more, require very less maintenance and sunlight, and in return they absorb harmful pollutants, leaving behind clean air around us. Seems like more sustainable and cheaper solution than buying Air Purifiers, right! Next thing you can do is - avoid firewood for cooking or heating purpose, try cleaner fuels and electric devices instead. Also, avoid smoking indoors, or if you can, avoid smoking entirely – it’s injurious to health anyways. Also, stop using aerosols like spray cans , paints, bug sprays, etc. – they are also one of the source of indoor air pollutants. And Lastly, save electricity! You must be wondering how switching off an electric appliance might improve indoor air quality – but the thing is – everything in this world is inter-linked, and so is the indoor and outdoor air pollution. A mere act of turning off the lights, when not in use, is just a small gesture, but if done cumulatively, it will lessen the load on electric generation by fossil fuel burning, and thus, will reduce generation of pollutants at large. Hope these tips will help you fight Air pollution better and enjoy the winter season with cleaner air and season’s warmth. #airpollution #newdelhi #india #UNICEF #UNEP #environment #climatecrisis
One of the things we can do to reduce our plastic waste, other than not buying it, of course, is repurposing it! Plastic is non-biodegradable and could only be recycled once or twice, that too in a proper recycling plant. By repurposing our plastic (bottles, here) we are adopting a sustainable and zero-waste lifestyle that is beneficial for not only us but the entire environment! ♻️ #plastic #waste #repurpose #recycle #sustainable #zerowaste #environment