Eco-Schools is an international program of environmental and sustainable developmental education for schools. Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) is the founder of the programme and Eco-Schools is just one out of their five programmes.

It is a management and certification programme where students are involved in the decision-making process and activities.

The aim of Eco-Schools is to raise students’ awareness of sustainable development issues thought classroom study and community action. Primary and Secondary ((schools)) around the UK are taking part.

The themes that the students can involve in are:, Water, Waste/Litter, Energy, Nature and Biodiversity, School Grounds, Transport/Sustainable Mobility, Healthy Living, Noise, Local Agenda 21 and Climate Change.

By March 2010, the programme was implemented in 47 countries, involving 32 000 schools.

Read more about Eco-Schools:  Methodology, Eco-Schools Partners and Sponsors, Global Forest Fund, Beginnings, Participation and Awards, Process, Representation in The United States, Links