|Title||Ministry of Eco Education (MEE)|
|Organizers||Nick Moss, Paul Turner, Dale Vince (UK)|
|Protagonists/target group||children, youngsters, teachers, schools|
|Objectives||The organization was founded with the objective of bringing together the best sustainability teaching resources available in Britain into a cohesive and holistic curriculum for all primary schools in the country. To achieve this objective, the MEE worked with teachers and pupils at Minchinhampton School to develop a curriculum for Key Stages 1 and 2 that takes advantage of teaching materials developed by leading environmental organizations across the UK.|
|Link to the source||https://www.ministryofeco.org/|
The Ministry of Eco Education (MEE) was established in response to the growing awareness of environmental issues and the need for comprehensive sustainability education.
The MEE’s mission is to reach 10,000 schools – half of all primary schools – by 2025. To achieve this, the organization is working with 15 pioneer schools around the country to pilot the new ‘green’ curriculum over the next academic year.
The history of the MEE reflects the growing recognition of the importance of environmental education and the need for collective action to address environmental challenges. The organization’s objectives are rooted in the belief that sustainability education is essential for creating a more sustainable and resilient future for all. Through its work, the MEE aims to foster a culture of environmental stewardship and promote sustainable practices among students, teachers, and the wider community. By integrating sustainability education into the primary school curriculum, the organization hopes to create a generation of young people who are equipped to tackle the environmental challenges of the future.