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Eco-School

School Environmental Education and Awareness Programs | Online Classes and Field Expeditions

RED SEA PROJECT™ is offering online educational presentations for school classes. These informative presentations are geared towards each grade level and can fit the time available. We cover one of the following topics in 45 minutes online presentation:

  • Marine Ecosystems of the Red Sea

  • Coral Reefs and Fish Ecology

  • Dolphins and Whales of the Red Sea

  • Sharks of the Red Sea

  • Turtles of the Red Sea

  • The Sea Cow

  • Plastic Ocean

  • Climate Change

The presentations are interactive and we include a Q&A at the end of every presentation.

If your school has resources, we are requesting a donation of €50 per presentation to help keep our lights on during this challenging time. But if your school does not have resources, contact us anyway. We will accommodate as many classes as we can.

Contact us at right to schedule or with any questions.

Who can apply:

  • School teachers, Principals and Admins

Program Language:

This program is available in English, German, French, Italian, Arabic and Spanish

By applying to this program you agree to terms and conditions of RED SEA PROJECT™

Youth Forum Switzerland 2021

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Each January, since 2018, International School of Zug and Luzern ISZL has held YFS as a forum to connect youth with leading changemakers from around the world. The event has grown over time with YFS 2020 playing host to 23 local and international schools and over 800 students participating from around Europe and the US.

In 2021 RED SEA PROJECT™ was hosted by The Global Changemakers Project 2021. The project will take place in February for over 25 external schools with approximately 600 students from around the globe. The purpose of the project is to connect changemakers and students (aged 12-18) from around the world through the lens of the UN: Global Goals.

RED SEA PROJECT™'s team, worked with students' groups to discuses the UN Sustainable Development Goal 14. The SDG14 aim to sustainably manage and protect marine and coastal ecosystems from pollution, as well as address the impacts of ocean acidification. Enhancing conservation and the sustainable use of ocean-based resources through international law will also help mitigate some of the challenges our oceans are facing.

Partners

Youth Forum Switzerland 2021 - Internati
Youth Forum Switzerland 2021 - Internati

Turtles of the Red Sea | World Turtle Day 2021

In celebration of the World Turtle Day, Starr Sams - Marine Biologist and Trainer in Red Sea Project was invited to this amazing interview with Nika and Celeste from Teens and Friends United - Nature Conservation Group