京都大学地球環境学堂の院生がEEEEのクラスで「グリーンリカバリー」について提案！発表！KU GSGES students proposed “green recovery” activities!
The graduate students of the Graduate School of Global Environmental Education in the second half of 2020 discussed how to communicate ‘Green Recovery’ as a part of their environmental education and made proposals for each group. Please take a look at the contents here.
Member: Syifa Wiranti, Maheshwari K (Mahi)
Presentation concept: #plasticfreerecovery
The COVID19 Pandemic has affected us all in many ways and we’ve seen a change in behavioramong people. I’m sure many of you use masks and sanitizers more often. Some of you also resort to online shopping and online food delivery to survive this grueling time. But has this change in behavior ushered in a new problem? Watch our video to find out! #plasticfreerecovery
From Syifa Wiranti and Maheshwari Kalyanasundara
Member: Tracey Elo, Indira Waraningtyas
Presentation concept: Sustainable Green Purchasing
Member: Siti Salsiah, Md. Shamim Istiak
Presentation concept: Reduce Air Pollution
Air pollution is the presence of substances in the atmosphere that are harmful to the health of humans and other living beings or cause damage to the climate or materials.According to WHO, every year 7 million deaths are due to exposure from both outdoor and household air pollution. Air pollution is a major environmental risk to health, such as stroke,lung cancer, respiratory disease, and heart disease. Due to COVID 19 pandemic, we practiced long-term lockdown and maintained social distance as well. This practice helped to motivate us to use fewer motor vehicles and develop the tendency to walk and use bicycles to move, and people save electrical energy because the cost of electricity during a pandemic is more expensive. So, let’s reduce air pollution with green behavior during the covid19 pandemic.
Member: Nuttatida Thongyoi, Anoraga Jatayu
Presentation concept: Self recovery towards Global green recovery