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Communicating Through Media
Optimally utilize existing and new media networks as powerful means of reaching of the Community at large.

The media is a powerful means of reaching the community at large. CEE has developed a strategy to optimally use existing media networks to raise general awareness on the environment and its relevance to development. Special projects at CEE have experimented with a variety of media to successfully produce materials and programmes for EE.


Press
 

The existence of over 20,000 newspapers and periodicals in the country offer potential access to a significant section of the urban population as well as opinion leaders in the rural areas. However, environmental concerns are often not adequately reflected in these newspapers, mainly because authentic and readily usable material does not regularly reach them.

CEE, through its News and Feature Service ( CEE-NFS ), disseminates environment-related news items, features and articles to newspapers, NGOs and individual subscribers. The material is supplied monthly in English and Hindi for the non-exclusive use of several newspapers and magazines.

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News Letters
 

Education for Change (EfC) is a quarterly ENVIS newsletter on ESD published by CEE.

Education for Change seeks to share views about the role of education in different aspects of development; the need for reorienting educational processes, so that they become transformative; experiences of education for sustainability in different sectors, and resources on ESD and for learning about sustainable development.

Education for Change is meant for practitioners in various development sectors and others interested in ESD.

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Sampark
 

CEE produces and distributes Sampark , the Hindi edition of the UNESCO-UNEP quarterly environment education newsletter ‘Connect'. Each issue of Sampark focuses on some specific aspect related to current problem of science, technology and environment education. It is sent to over 5000 organisations and individuals.

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The SASEANEE Circular
 

The SASEANEE Circular provides a forum for sharing and exchanging EE related news, views, projects, reports and other information across the South and South East Asian region. This is the biannual newsletter of the South and Southeast Asia Network for Environmental Education (SASEANEE), initiated by CEE and IUCN-Commission on Education and Communication.

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Aastha
 

Aastha is a monthly newsletter in Gujarati published by CEE under ‘ Rebuilding Hope ' – an initiative for those affected by the earthquake of January 2001. Initially devoted to earthquake and rehabilitation topics, it has progressively carried articles on sustainable development issues such as rural development, water and sanitation, health, education, empowerment of women, panchayati raj, organic farming, biodiversity, and other relevant social-economic and ecological issues.

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HEWMEP

CEE is also the Environment Management Capacity Building (EMCB) node for EE on Biomedical Waste Management (BMWM). As part of this, CEE publishes a bi-monthly ENVIS (Environmental Information System) newsletter on Waste Management and Education for Healthcare Establishments.

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GPCB Bulletin

CEE publishes the quarterly newsletter of the Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB), called GPCB Bulletin. It is aimed at a wide audience from schools, people working in the field of environment, and industries.

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Audio-Visuals

CEE is involved in the development of environmental videos for broadcast and non-broadcast purposes.

CEE is one of the Video Resource Centres (VRC) of the International Television Trust for the Environment (TVE). As a VRC, CEE has been involved in dissemination of video programmes on environment, development and social justice. CEE also CEE produces new programmes, adapts programmes into local languages, offers a large collection of video programmes for copyright free use, etc.

Also visit the Online Video Catalogue.

Some Major Projects
Exhibitions

CEE has been involved in conceptualizing, designing, researching content and exhibition material, and writing text for the development of a variety of exhibitions in different parts of the country.

Some Major Projects
  • Manaratham (mobile exhibition for Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board)
  • Mobile exhibitions for Karnataka State Pollution Control Board
  • Republic Day Tableau
New Media

Programmes and projects at CEE frequently experiment with and utilize new media such as CDs, internet, etc.

•  Websites
CEE has developed several websites for various target groups like children, teachers, decision makers, etc. More…

•  Educational CDs
Some of the educational CDs developed by CEE are:

A Trip with Drip
‘A Trip with Drip – The Water Drop', a workbook in English, French and Japanese, an interactive CD and a web version of the CD have been designed and developed by CEE for UNEP. These books and the CD were launched at the 2005 Children's World Summit for the Environment held in Aichi , Japan in July 2005.

Green Teacher
The Green Teacher is an interactive CD to support teaching and learning about Environment. This medium offers an opportunity to combine content (concepts, data and activities) with a great variety of “virtual experiences” that enrich the learning by providing 'hands-on' or interactive possibilities.

The CD provides an orientation to the what, why and how of environmental education, various teaching-learning methodologies that are available for an Environmental Educator, as well as information and activity ideas on a variety of themes and topics that are covered in the school curriculum. The contents of the CD will be a useful resource for enhancing the joy of teaching and learning about the environment and greening education in the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (2005-2014).