Our environmental education work is based on the experiences of informal education on both environmental and development issues carried out by Friends of the Earth over the past years, as well as the experiences of the School of Sustainability conducted over the past 7 years by Friends of the Earth groups in Latin America, and sub-Saharan Africa.

We use experiential, participatory and learner-centred informal educational techniques, allowing participants to build on their direct experiences, and to make links between these experiences and the sometimes complex issues of global development. Dialogue oriented methodologies allow participants to develop content knowledge and competences that will be valuable in conducting their own informal education and broad outreach activities, through contact with other learners, and where relevant with experts in these topics.


Help us take action against climate change…

Climate change is one of the biggest threats facing our planet. Burning coal, oil and gas, but also intensive agriculture or cutting forests pollute the atmosphere with greenhouse gases that heat up the planet.

The good news is that all we need to save the climate is in our hands.



Friends of the Earth, Malta seeks to influence government to make changes in policies in favour of people and planet
Our next challenge is to lobby the Maltese government to commit to renewable energy and energy efficiency as a tangible means not only to meet Malta’s international emission targets but to ensure a healthier planet and a better way of life for future generations
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