Building Back Better with Games, Hands-on Activities for Sustainability and 2030 Agenda
Building Back Better
Journey for Games for Good
The World is Facing
Quality Education, Sustainable Development and Climate Change are most pressing issues in Present Time
United Nations together with 193 Countries launched Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) from 2016 to 2030 having 17 Goals and 169 targets (Agenda 2030) towards solving development problems.
But this require consistent efforts, funding, implementation, monitoring of various approaches and engagement of every Citizen to be successful for implementation of 2030 Agenda.
Our Choices and Action are Important for 2030 Agenda and Sustainable Future in 2050
Enabling, Engaging, Empowering Youth as Change Maker (SDG 4, 5)
Creating awareness among school, college students, community, professionals through organizing various activities in the April month celebrated as Earth month, and Harita week spread around the year comprising workshop, training and other events based on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD), system, and holistic approach.
Computational, Design thinking, Fun with STEAM, App, and ICT training for school, college students, women and senior citizen. Training for women and children living in the slum areas, Research on usage of computer, mobile with different abilities and environment,
Beside this, we also motivate, guide children and youth from under-served group to learn different skills, to do open schooling for drop-outs, simultaneously practice and pick-up vocation interested to them.
Building Community Partnership (SDG 17)
Nature ReConnect: To create a sustainable living advocacy and promotion through information dissemination, practical knowledge transfer about environment protection with small steps for everyone including students, housewives, elders, professionals of all age groups so that through small conscious efforts we can make huge difference in the society.
By employing principles of sustainable development, SDGs, and sustainable consumption we can save our mother earth. Knowledge to imparted practicable methods to change consciousness of an individual towards development for all discussed. This campaign results in building of “Sustainable Consciousness” among involved people.
Sustainable Campus: An initiative for schools, institutions, universities that aims to integrate a sustainability perspective in all aspects of campus life, the learning process, use of energy, transportation, use of water, relationship with community. Sustainable campus award is a certification programme that helps organization develops “sustainable consciousness” and practices that enable students to become environmentally responsible citizens.
Organizations need to manage their waste, energy, soil, land, water, air, transport in eco-friendly way with the involvement of the Learners in different activities such as working model on renewable energy, save water, rain water harvesting, green sustainable campus, maintaining kitchen, and herbal garden.
Games and Hands-on Activities
Thus, we are creating awareness among school, college students, community, professionals through organizing various activities using Games, Hands-on, Project based learning, celebrating April month as Earth month under Sustainable Smart Harita Earth Month, and Harita week spread around the year comprising workshop, training and other events based on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD), system, and holistic approach.
We are doing research on education and sustainability concepts learning through hands-on, game based approach and presented our work at the UNESCO ESD 2021, HLPF 2021, UN STI Forum 2022, TECH 2017, 2018 organized by UNESCO MGIEP, MHRD, Govt. of India, and AP Govt.
Game, App Development - We designed and developed Health Energiser: A Sustainable Food Game for learning about medicinal plants and health relationship with support from ASU, USA; Water, Energy, Transportation, DRR, Food, Ecosystem
Mobile App: Youth4SDGs; Prevent Disasters
Margaret Mead - “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world ...
Children must be taught how to think, not what to think.”
SDG 4, 14, 15, 17
"An exciting enterprise working in areas of education, SDGs, Sustainability using Games for interactive learning."
Mr. Steve Kostoff, CEO, GBAT, Australia
“Excellent efforts and work in climate change awareness and sustainability training.”
Paul Bana, YESS
Wonderful People, methodology and engaging learners
Working on Nature ReConnect and Sustainable Living promotion for SDGs & Sustainability
Nobel Laureate and former US Vice President Al Gore got the world talking about climate change with the Academy Award-winning film An Inconvenient Truth. He founded The Climate Reality Project in 2006 to move the conversation forward and turn awareness into action all across the Earth.
Today, We are as Climate Reality Leader, a diverse group of passionate individuals who’ve come together to solve the greatest challenge of our time. We are activists, cultural leaders, organizers, scientists, and storytellers committed to building a sustainable future together [Trained by Al Gore in 2015 and joined various efforts such as 24 Hours of Reality, Collaboration with India Branch, TCPF for Schools, Teachers, Youth Training program].
Climate Action Partner
We are member of Climate Action Network South Asia (CANSA) that is a coalition of over 150 civil societies organisations working in 08 South Asian countries to promote government and individual action to limit human-induced climate change in a manner that promotes equity and social justice between peoples, sustainable development of all communities and protection of the global environment.
Action Partner with UN SDG Action Network, #Act4SDG
Supporter, UN 2020 Civil Society Partnerships For The UN We Need
Global Goals Jam 2018 @HRDEF for Smart City Dehradun, Medium article with Digital Society School, Netherlands
Implementation of 2030 Agenda: SDGs Practices in India Blog in Together2030, 2017 [Indian Govt. Practises]
India’s Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC) Blog in SDSN Youth, 2015 [Govt. commitment]
#StandTogetherNow - joint Week of Action during 20–27 September, 2019 with Action for Sustainable Development and others partners