Robert College SDG 13 Climate Action Challenge

  • Empower: equipping everyone with the adequate knowledge to positively impact the planet.
  • Create: making sure that RC campus is using zero waste, zero energy and that it is an ecologically sustainable place.
  • Share: creating a message to share with the RC community, our country and region.
  • Earth’s climate has significantly warmed since the late 1800 because of human activities, and if we continue to pollute our planet, the earth will warm unprecedentedly more!
  • Every country approaches the climate crisis according to how they’re being affected. Some try to stop the problem whereas some adapt themselves to the altering environment.
  • Read the labels of your clothes. Make sure that you know its effects on the environment.
  • Give your clothes a second life. Donate them or share them with a friend.
  • Do not use dryers. Try to dry your clothes naturally.
  • All of the sustainable development goals are interconnected.
  • There isn’t a single way to deal with the crisis.
  • I don’t need to do a big thing, any small action can be helpful.
  • Climate crisis is related to many other aspects of our lives and we should take action.
  • I can change my non-eco-friendly habits at home and share my knowledge with the people around me.
  • I can encourage my students to take action to think systematically about the problem.
  • I can consume as little as possible because everything we buy depends on natural sources.
  • We can develop a community involvement project in which youth from different schools can join, and we can raise our awareness by arranging trips to examine different species and their populations.
  • Am I really taking action?
  • How can I be a part of this change, which clubs or communities can I join?
  • Why do we hurt the world?
  • Are there enough hummingbirds to put out the fire individually, or do we need more systematic change?
  • Period End of Sentence: A documentary that follows a group of women in rural Hapur district as they transition from crippling shame at their own menstrual cycles to creating the beginnings of a microeconomy based on a low-cost sanitary napkin machine.
  • My Octopus Teacher: A diver swims with an octopus that lives in a kelp forest off the coast of South Africa.
  • Brave Blue World: A documentary that paints an optimistic picture of how humanity is adopting new technologies and innovations to rethink how water is managed.
  • David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet: A 2020 British documentary film narrated by David Attenborough. The film acts as a “witness statement”, through which Attenborough shares his concerns for the current state of the planet due to humanity’s impact on nature and his hopes for the future.
  • Do I Really Need That? by Tim Koehn: A song which draws attention to excessive consumerism and unnecessary clothing habits.



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