Corporate partners are crucial to the global success enjoyed by the Foundation for Environmental Education and its programmes. Working closely with environmentally conscientious organisations is a mutually beneficial arrangement that helps us to broaden our reach while affording our partners the chance to highlight on the world stage their dedication to environmental concerns.
Our global network includes some 46,000 schools, 4,000 beaches and marinas, 2,300 hotels, and a total of 73 member-nations around the world. We are lauded by UNESCO as the primary driver for Education for Sustainable Development (ESD), a role we aim to consolidate in the future, and every day our profile, reputation and expertise grows.
As you can see from the list of our corporate sponsors below, the Eco-Schools programme is amenable to all types of partnership, funding and sponsorship proposals. An example of a previous partnership initiative saw 3.5 million trees planted across 80 countries, impressive statistics indeed for the associated company.
If you are interested in becoming involved with the most respected and prominent organisation in the field of ESD, please do not hesitate to contact us directly.
The Wrigley Company Foundation has provided support for a three-year FEE Eco-Schools Litter Less Campaign to be run in 22 countries, empowering students to understand the key litter issues in their communities, and in turn drive campaigns that focus on consuming less, recycling, waste issues in their communities, and long term behaviour change.
Dedicated to working towards the EU/UN targets for environmental education, the Toyota Fund for Europe is helping the Foundation for Environmental Education to promote educational activities focused on biodiversity. By promoting local biodiversity initiatives, the TFFE is also helping FEE to develop school programmes aimed at encouraging young people to engage in more conservation.
Thanks to the support of Alcoa Foundation, Eco-Schools programme has launched a global K-12 environmental literacy initiative focused on Green STEM. The project will educate children about environmental issues through science, technology, engineering and maths skills. Through this project, twenty thousand students in Australia, Brazil, Norway and Italy, and in Texas, North Carolina and New York in the United States, will be given opportunities to assess, design, and build innovative solutions to environmental challenges.