My Name isEarthMy Name is Earth is an education strategy to address climate change and promote water care for children ages 3 to 12.
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At the EPM Foundation we align ourselves with the great challenge we have as a society: "leave no one behind.” We are convinced that, through Education for Sustainable Development—ESD—, we contribute and make significant progress in the path set by the United Nations.
Thus, within the framework of the Berlin Declaration as part of the UNESCO World Higher Education Conference held in 2021, we commit to turning ESD into a cross-cutting element of our education systems at all levels, with environmental action and climate change as a central component of curricula.
My name is Earth is a strategy led by the EPM Foundation for the development of the first pedagogical contents on climate change and water protection aimed at early childhood and basic primary education levels. This strategy—carried out in collaboration with the Ministry of National Education—seeks to deliver physical and digital resources for children, young people and teachers, to allow them to be agents of change in the development of a more sustainable world.
Our Planet needs us, so we invite you to appropriate these contents, enjoy them and learn from them, as they will allow us to take action and take care of planet Earth. Let’s do it together!
What's the strategy all about?
This strategy encompasses resources for two audiences:
early childhood and basic primary education. This means that we aim to reach children between the ages of 3 and 12. Furthermore, this strategy can be used in formal and non-formal education spaces, and is aligned with the standards of the Ministry of Education.