The 5th Chapter of IDLE’s Essay writing Trainings and Competition program was organized on 24th of March (Earth day), 2018 in Little Angles School Premises, Hattiban Lalitpur by Rotaract Club of Chandragiri Jointly with International Student Environmental Coalition supported by Rotary Club of Chandragiri on the theme “Youth Energy for Sustainable Future." The registration of the event was open from 2nd March to all the undergraduate students all over the Kathmandu. Altogether
Honored for ISEC Nigeria to featured on Orange FM for their stance on wildlife protection! They responded to the recent killing of a baby elephant in the Ondo region that erupted over social media. Orange FM has 5 million listeners! https://soundcloud.com/isecoalition/isec-nigeria-on-orange-fm
Plant for the Planet continues in Cameroon! ISEC Cameroon is training this cohort of 300 students weekly to be environmental activists and giving these students their first climate change education. Stay tuned for this incredible program's rapid expansion!
As they say, environmentalists find their way in every field and industry, we found one at HinoPak motors, Karachi. International Student Environmental Coalition ISEC-Pakistan arranged a visit for the Institute of Environmental Studies, University of Karachi to Hinopak Motors (Official) on 13th March’18, Tuesday. 50 students along with the faculty members, Dr. Aamir Alamgir, Dr. Zafar, Dr. Waqar Ahmed, Madam Humaira and Madam Noor were entertained by the staff at Hino Pak. An
ISEC Nigeria organized a climate change awareness program for traders in the Ondo State. They educated traders on methods to reduce their environmental impact within their trading and their daily lives. One-on-one approach was used for the sensitization process, after the formal greeting and introduction, some routine questions are asked to engage the traders by arousing their interest to our visit this to avoid direct confrontation on discussion on climate change that may ma
There was only a single slogan on their lips: “Save our future generations and ban on single use of plastic”. Plastic bags were introduced in 1970’s by a Swedish firm and become popular amongst consumers and retailers. Now the plastic bags (Polythene Bags) are available in huge quantities and varieties across the world including Pakistan. According to an old study 12 million plastic bags were used in Pakistan in 1990 to 1991 and this use rose to 43 billion in 2005 and in 2007