The Trash Hack Campaign in collaboration with UNESCO is now finished and we received almost 500 entries from FEE programmes around the world! We want to thank everyone involved, this would not have been possible without our amazing network of active National Operators, teachers and students.
Since the campaign was in collaboration with UNESCO ASPnet, some of the best Trash Hacks will be featured on their website and be part of the global Trash Hack celebrations in May 2021 for the World Conference on Education for Sustainable Development!
Our National Operators were invited to assess the entries and these are the results…
Pack your packages away!
Portugal, Escola Profissional Amar Terra Verde
Juice boxes used for lunch turned into waste bins
Ghana, St K Michael’s School
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India, Delhi Public School Jamnagar
Based on our National Operators votes, we would also like to highlight these entries:
Green campaign Trash Hack
China, Utahloy International School Guangzhou
România, Grădinița cu Program Prelungit ”Toldi” Salonta
FROM OLD RUBBER TO GARDEN SETS
Montenegro, Elementary school "Narodni heroj Savo Ilić" Kotor
Keep Trash Hacking!
UNESCO is inviting everyone involved in the campaign to the 11 May 2021 Webinar “Celebrate Your Trash Hacks: Webinar for sharing, inspiring and calling for change”, together with the Foundation for Environmental Education.
This online event presents an opportunity for everyone involved in the campaign to come together and celebrate their Trash Hacks, share some good practice examples and encourage others to act.
The online event will take place on 11 May 2021 from 1.30-3.00pm CET (see your local time here).
Simultaneous translation between English – French – Spanish will be provided.