“Minimize and address the impacts of ocean acidification, including through enhanced scientific cooperation at all levels” Target 3 of the UN Sustainable Development Goal Life below Water Ocean Acidification(OA) caused by carbon dioxide from the burning of fossil fuels puts our seas at danger.
This fundamental textbook is part of the international SPARE project. The manual is intended for use in the natural science lessons at school, on school electives and extracurricular activities for children aged 10-14 years. The manual was developed and refined with the participation of teachers and experts of public organizations on the basis of more than 15 years of testing and active use in schools and other educational institutions. *SPARE - School Project for Application of Resources and Energy
Friends of the Baltic experts have created an overview of existing practices in education about climate change. The review includes an analysis of existing approaches and materials for education and awareness on climate change and climate action and contains many interesting examples. The material includes well-developed, well-known and widely replicated materials and techniques from Russia, which have been tested in real conditions.
Workshop was organized by Friends of the Baltic NGO within SPARE project and 10th all-Russian seminar “Environmental education for sustainable development – contribution to the future” held by St.Petersburg Academy for post-graduate pedagogical education with cooperation of Committee for Education, Committee for nature use and environmental protection, Committee of State Duma on environment, Commission foe environment of St.Petersburg legistlative assembly, and many other educational, business, NGO and other organizations.
RIVER WATCH. Manual for public environmental monitoring. — SPb.: Friends of the Baltics / Coalition Clean Baltics, 2018. — 32 p. Read: River_manual_eng.pdf
On the 3rd of March in the Pushkin town - St. Petersburg suburb - a Friends of the Baltic non-profit organization held training for simple and inexpensive solutions that will help schools to save water, heat and light. The seminar was held at the Pushkin Palace of Children's Creativity and gathered more than 45 directors, teachers, trainers and housekeepers of educational institutions from different parts of the city.