In an effort to promote environmental awareness and consciousness among the youth, the Ministry of Environment concluded a month-long environmental training program at the CUBO Santa Lucía in Mejicanos, in collaboration with Tejido Social. The program culminated in the presentation of diplomas to the students from the “Barrio Las Delicias” School for their dedication and commitment to learning about solid waste management, the 3R culture, air quality, and reforestation throughout the month of October.
The Course on Environmental Education aimed to empower the next generation with knowledge and skills essential for safeguarding our environment. The young participants were actively engaged in various modules that covered important topics such as the proper management of solid waste, the significance of the 3R (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) culture, understanding air quality, and the critical importance of reforestation efforts.
The collaboration with Tejido Social was pivotal in ensuring that the environmental training was not only educational but also inspiring for the students. It sought to foster a deep sense of responsibility towards the environment and encouraged the youth to implement eco-friendly practices that will contribute to the well-being of our planet.
During the certificate ceremony, the Ministry of Environment emphasized the role of these young individuals in shaping a more sustainable and environmentally-conscious future. By equipping them with essential knowledge and skills, they are better prepared to be stewards of the environment, making choices that benefit both our planet and future generations.
This initiative serves as a testament to the commitment of the Ministry of Environment to promote environmental education and action within the local community. It is a step forward in creating a greener and more sustainable future, and it is hoped that the knowledge and awareness gained by these young individuals will pave the way for positive change in their communities and beyond.