Category Archives: Sustainability Education

Pioneering STEM for Sustainability at HundrED Innovation Summit

Stepping into the HundrED Global Collection 2024 as Twin Science & Robotics’ co-founder was more than an honor; it was a moment of reflection on our unwavering mission. Our dedication to intertwining STEAM with sustainability was recognized globally, validating our efforts to prepare young minds for a future where they lead with innovation and compassion. […]

Bridging Worlds with Science: A Global STEAM Mission (World Science Day for Peace and Development)

In our world, education links countries and cultures, creating peace and understanding. Twin Science & Robotics is leading this effort. By combining STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) with sustainability, Twin is getting a new generation ready to tackle global issues together. This post looks at Twin’s fresh way of learning that shapes young […]

5 Reasons Why STEM Education is Crucial for a Sustainable Future

One of the most critical factors shaping our future is the concept of sustainability. Our planet’s resources are limited and delicately balanced, making it imperative for us to build a sustainable future through eco-friendly solutions and intelligent technologies. In this context, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education, which encompasses the fields of science, technology, […]

How STEM for Sustainability is Transforming Design and Technology Education

The world is facing urgent environmental challenges such as climate change, pollution, and resource depletion. STEM for Sustainability subjects such as green tech, sustainable design, renewable energy, and tech4good offer solutions and hands-on projects to these complex problems. Schools must keep up with the changing times by incorporating STEM for Sustainability into their Design and […]

A Guide to Sustainability & Environmental Education!

‍Sustainability and environmental education is an important part of our future. We have a responsibility to the planet and to future generations to ensure that our actions today are sustainable and that we are taking steps towards a safer, healthier, and more prosperous future. One way to do this is by teaching Sustainable Development Goals […]

Sustainability education advice from an experienced educator

By Dr Meryl Batchelder, Middle School Teacher In Northumberland, UK & TeachSDG Ambassador. As a teacher with an academic background in environmental science, I believe that the purpose of education is to prepare young people for the future. But, even beyond the pandemic, planet Earth is rapidly changing and, depending on where you are in […]

The Future of Affordable & Clean Energy

We use different energy sources in our daily life for various purposes such as domestic, transportation and industrial usage. Those energy sources take many forms, including fossil energy like oil, coal, and natural gas; renewable sources like wind, solar, geothermal and hydropower; and nuclear energy. However, are these energy sources the most suitable and reliable […]

Teaching Sustainable Development Goals to Kids: A Simple Guide

The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals are a universal call to action. They were established in response to the shortcomings of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). While the MDGs succeeded in raising awareness about global development problems, they were not sufficiently broad or holistic. The SDGs build on and extend from the MDGs by addressing their […]

Using Science and Technology to Ensure Good Health and Well-being

In 2015, the United Nations adopted 17 global goals, officially named the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), with a universal call to action to end poverty, establish equality and provide an effective health system all around the globe by 2030. These SDGs are integrated with each other because the United Nations understand that we can only […]

Towards a Sustainable Future with Compassionate Leaders

The most thrilling part about being in education is to be able to envision the future. We get to ask ourselves big questions such as, “In twenty years, who do we want to see running our governments, institutions or simply our local store? What kind of questions intrigue these people? What concerns do they have?” […]