Fisheries for our Future

How can we foster participatory and action-oriented environmental education?

Not only are South Pacific marine environments thought to be among the most unique in the world, but South Pacific communities also rely on these environments for their livelihoods. However, these marine habitats are also under threat from pollution, climate, and overfishing. 

This manual aims to support teachers to plan lessons around marine conservation. It contains detailed activity ideas and fact sheets that can be used in classrooms. The educational philosophy is to foster a sense of responsibility among students, such that they are able to participate in making decisions that impact their environment.

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Themes: Environmental Protection
Resource Types: Manuals
Locations: Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu