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Why ICSE had made Environmental Education a compulsory subject?


Why is environmental education being taken up by icse as a compulsory subject in their 10th board exams ?





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17th December 2013, 04:38 PM
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Default Re: Why ICSE had made Environmental Education a compulsory subject?

The population of the world is growing rapidly and with that the level of pollution is also increasing at a rapid pace. Various inventions in the field of science have further increased the level of pollution. As a result various adverse effects are seen on the environment. Moreover, various activities of the humans have further proved to be detrimental for the environment. The imbalance between the demand and the supply due to limited resources has proven to be fatal for the environment since various ill-effects like ozone layer depletion, deforestation, uneven rainfall, erosion, etc. has been seen. This has directly as well as indirectly affected the life of the humans as well as the entire plant and animal life around us.

As a consequence various nations, organizations and individuals have come together to save the environment from various destructive activities and build up a sustainable environment for the future generation. Hence, it is important for everyone to know the various techniques and methods by which they can protect the environment from various hazards and build up a sustainable environment.

Every individual should start to take the initiative of protecting the environment at their own personal level which will eventually result into a global movement for the protection of the environment and transforming it into sustainable form. Hence to do so, it is important that everyone gets educated, know the different activities which is harmful for the environment and techniques and measures which one should adopt for a better environment. This is provided by the subject environmental education.

Hence almost every board has introduced this subject even at the tenth level. ICSE have introduced it in the tenth board exams to make the students who are the future of the nation aware so that they can take the required measures to build a beautiful and sustainable nation. Even students can spread this education to a great extent as well as implement them in their life to save their environment. As it is said that charity begins at home, similarly the protection of environment can be done only when it begins from the school level itself where the students are getting moulded to be the future responsible citizens of the nation and of the world.
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27th April 2019, 08:31 PM
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Default Re: Why ICSE had made Environmental Education a compulsory subject?

Environmental education is a process that allows individuals to explore environmental issues, engage in problem solving, and take action to improve the environment. As a result, individuals develop a deeper understanding of environmental issues and have the skills to make informed and responsible decisions.
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