After our successful round of talks in Shanghai before summer break, and after 5 months of preparation and logistics, Sophie heads back to China for the biggest round of talks for the Regional Educational Program - 'Climate Change and Preserving Antarctica'. More details about the regional program here
This China tour included schools in Shanghai and Hangzhou, also a special guest appearance for a Model United Nations (MUN) event (below).
This round, Sophie made a charity presentation to 杭州江南实验学校6年级7班的学生 – proudly donated and supported by Hangzhou International School (HIS) and SCIS. Read more about the China Talk Tour in Recent Gigs
A very special dinner event took place on 27 October 2011 - HKUST Environmental Students' Society (ESS) Dinner. More details here
Alongside greenerworks were corporate mentors from the Chinachem Group, Aecom, CLP, Business Environmental Council, HSBC, WWF Hong Kong, Crystal Group, Greenpeace, HK Electric, PricewaterhouseCoppers etc., who were all present to kick-start ESS’s environmental mentoring programme 2011-2012.
Sophie is very excited to be mentoring students from ESS and will post updates on their projects in 2012.
greenerworks Founder, Sophie Tang will be a mentor for students in the Environment Students’ Society, HKUSTSU Mentoring Programme 2011-2012.
greenerworks and Ms Tang is very proud to be associated with the No. 1 Ranking University in Asia (2011) - The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST). Working together with passionate environmental undergraduates, we are looking forward to rewarding projects in the near future. Formal Dinner function is on 27 Oct 2011, photos will be posted after the event.
23 June 2011
Next location for our regional program begins in the new school term, check back for more details.
Free to educational institutions (Sponsor opportunity)
greenerworks does not charge schools and other bona fide educational institutions to speak at their events and school assembly. (Travel costs still apply.)
If you wish to sponsor our regional outreach and educational program by sponsoring the costs associated with this activity, please contact us. Your sponsorship will allow more schools to benefit from the regional program, and make it entirely free to more and more organisations (e.g. covering travel costs). In return, we will work with your company/ organisation to provide an effective Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) campaign, highlighting your company's efforts and participation in our regional program. And also showcase your company logo on expedition(s).
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5 June 2011
Sophie is back from the Shanghai presentation/ events, as part of our regional program.
To read about the school presentations, please visit Recent Gigs
For all locations/ countries we visit, greenerworks contributes back with public presentations for charity organisations chosen in preference by the school(s) we get support from on our regional program. This round, the charity presentation was donated by the school to Limin Migrant Primary school.
*The Regional Program will resume in August 2011. Check back for the next destination!
Earth Day 2011 - THAILAND
This Earth Day celebrations, Sophie will be making guest presentations in schools around Bangkok, Thailand and other venues i.e. orphanages for children.
Read History of first Earth Day here
WHAT GOES AROUND, COMES AROUND
For all locations/ countries we visit, greenerworks contributes back with public presentations for charity organisations chosen in preference by the school(s) we get support from on our regional program. In Bangkok, Sophie did presentations at the Rainbow House on 21 April 2011.
More about CCD Thailand/ Rainbow House
Christian Care Foundation for Children with Disabilities in Thailand (CCD) has been providing care and support to abandoned children with disabilities, regardless of gender, nationality, creed or religion, since 1986.
CCD works with the Thai Government Home for babies, boys and girls in Nonthaburi, Thailand, which houses over 2,000 disabled children from all over Thailand. CCD currently provides rehabilitation to approximately 500 children from the government homes. CCD is located in Pakkred, Nonthaburi, just north of Bangkok.
More Expeditions and Presentation Locations coming very soon!
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