Top Green Passport holders awardedEnvironment
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/. The top participants of the Green Passport campaign, which was initiated by the Minister of Environment and Tourism N.Tserenbat, were given awards.
While the top 7 students and 2 teachers with the Green Passport were awarded a trip to Hong Kong Disneyland, the top 8 teachers in charge of the eco clubs, who called for other teachers and students, were awarded with a trip to Jeju Island, South Korea.
The Green Passport campaign was launched in this March. During this course of time, 25,000 eco club member students of 152 secondary schools in the capital city, as well as another 25,000 students of over 180 secondary schools of the 21 aimags have received Green Passport. Within the campaign various events have been organized including competitions to activate and to support the eco clubs' activities, conferences for eco club members and teachers.
With the launch of the campaign, a generation of nature protectors is starting to be “born”. Since March, a total of 167,690 students of 778 secondary schools have been learning about ways to protect the environment countrywide.