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The Trash Hack guide is now available in Arabic, Russian and Chinese!
To support school communities and teachers to engage their students in Trash Hacking, UNESCO developed the practical guide: "Trash Hack: Action Learning for Sustainable Development".
Schools – check out and download the new Trash Hack posters!
To provide insights to school communities and teachers in trash hacking, UNESCO released the guide for teachers Trash Hack: Action Learning for Sustainable Development. The guide
Let’s make our land the best place to live on!
Nowadays people, animals, and plants all over the world are suffering from the big global environmental problems. For example, air and water pollution, water shortages,
Celebrate your Trash Hack: Webinar for sharing, inspiring and calling for change!
Since the launch of the Trash Hack teacher’s guide, students and teachers around the world have been using the guide to trash hack their classrooms, schools and communities,
Schools – share your Trash Hacks with us until 30 April 2021!
FEE/KOEE Celebration is at the core of the Trash Hack campaign. By sharing your schools’ Trash Hacks you can increase your impact and help to
Trash Hack your school with UNESCO’s new teacher’s guide
Photo: Inside Creative House/Shuttertock.com UNESCO is launching a campaign to unite schools around the world to take action against waste. Trash Hack: Action learning for