Teacher Training SeminarJanuary 26, 2023
Today Nature Trust – FEE Malta, which coordinates the programme, organised a training seminar about EkoSkola and Education for Sustainable Development (ESD). Educators who are new to the programme and wish to learn more about it and others who are already involved in the programme were invited to attend. more
Green School Travel Plan: Nature Trust – FEE Malta teams up with Transport Malta and the HSBC Malta Foundation for the second editionDecember 16, 2022
Following the first successful edition of The Green School Travel Plan, Nature Trust – FEE Malta will once again run the campaign during scholastic year 2022/2023. This initiative is part of the EkoSkola Programme with a special focus on the theme of Sustainable Mobility involving a strong element of community outreach. The theme is not only relevant due to the daily challenges commuters face but it is also an urgent one in view of national and global concerns about Transport and its effect on...
Celebrating 20 years of Eco-Schools in MaltaOctober 28, 2022
Nature Trust – FEE Malta is celebrating 20 years since the launch of the International programme Eco-Schools – known in Malta as EkoSkola in the Maltese Islands. This video, an overview of 20 years achievements, inaugurates the launch of a series of events to celebrate this significant miulestone. more
39 schools receive the prestigious Green Flag AwardOctober 26, 2022
In a ceremony presided over by the President of Malta, H.E. George Vella a total of 39 schools received recognition for bringing a marked positive change in their school communities. St Clare College, Sliema Primary School and St Dorothy’s Junior School, Sliema were awarded the prestigious international Green Flag Award for the first time. St Clare College, San Ġwann Primary School received the 8th consecutive Green Flag marking their 16 years of commitment towards sustainability. The ceremony...
EkoSkola Students’ Contribution for Malta’s Strategy for the Environment for 2050October 20, 2022
Since its launch in 2002, EkoSkola has always been a front runner in providing opportunities for young people to voice their concerns about the country’s sustainability issues. EkoSkola students have repeatedly called upon policy makers to implement policies that would improve the quality of life by improving the quality of the environment in the Maltese Islands. Nature Trust – FEE Malta, the eNGO that runs the EkoSkola programme, is convinced that quality of life in Malta would be much better...