Climate Change Education at CEE  
  Paryavaran Mitra (Friends of the Environment) is an action based education programme for children with the spirit of increasing the Hand Print focusing on Sustainability and Climate Change that envisions creating Paryavaran Mitra in schools. The objective of the programme is to guide, facilitate, capacity build children through curriculum linked activities and co-curricular actions in the club mode. Paryavaran Mitra will be groomed to take positive environmental action to have a bearing at individual, community, national and at the global level. The programme is based on leveraging partnerships for Education for Sustainable Development action.

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  Pick Right/ Kaun Banega Bharat Ka Paryavaran Ambassador  
  The Pick Right/ Kaun Banega Bharat ka Paryavaran Ambassador campaign was a climate change education programme conducted by CEE in 200,000 schools in India in 15 languages. It involved preparation of educational material and training of trainers and teachers to spread awareness about climate change, its causes and effects and individuals choosing the best options for sustainable development. It was linked to a campaign to vote for India’s Paryavaran Ambassador. At the end of the 18 month long campaign Dr APJ Abdul Kalam emerged as the children’s choice of Paryavaran Ambassador.The programme is an initiative of CEE in partnership with ArcelorMittal for Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India.   
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  Climate Change Coach on Science Express  
  CEE developed and designed the Climate Change Coach in the Science Express which is an initiative of the Vikram A Sarabhai Community Science Centre, Department of Science and Technology. The Science Express is a train that runs through the country and stops at various stations which has a science exhibition designed inside its 16 coaches. One of these coaches is dedicated to climate change education and is sponsored by HSBC.  
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State of the World 2009 Indian edition
CEE has brought out the Indian edition of the Worldwatch Institute’s State of the World Report 2009. The book examines the policy changes needed to combat climate change and explores the economic benefits that could flow from the transition, including the potential to create new industries and jobs in rich and poor countries alike.
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