Live Spawn, and Prosper!
Priyangka Gunasagaran, Data Analyst | Muhammad Irfan Hazim bin Mowardi, Marine Biology student
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Project Reef Spawn was a winner of the North American Association for Environmental Education 30 under 30 Changemaker Grant 2021, and was developed to deliver effective environmental education, specifically for the marine environment. The project has three components, which included capacity-development for 12 selected youths through virtual and hands-on activities. Two of the youth who have completed the virtual part, Priyangka Gunasagaran and Muhammad Irfan Hazim bin Mowardi, join us to share more about the program, and discuss what they've gained from it, and how they will spread all the knowledge they’ve gained to others. We also discuss why it's important to have multiple stakeholders involved in solving issues about the environmental problems.
Produced by: Juliet Jacobs
Presented by: Juliet Jacobs
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Categories: Environment, Science, Politics, Social Issues
Tags: The Bigger Picture, Earth Matters, Reef Spawn, Reef Stakes, youth movements, environmental justice, climate change, climate crisis, marine conservation, IPCC report, youth activism,