Association of Professional Social Workers & Development Practitioners (APSWDP)

The Climate Project Foundation


The Climate Reality Project - India, established in 2008, is not only spreading climate change awareness through presentations but also working towards developing new content on India specific climate change impacts & solutions. In order to leverage action on climate change, the project is working with teachers & students of various schools in India to take the message of climate change deeper into the classrooms to garner awareness & action.


The Teachers Training Program is designed to give teachers confidence in facilitating climate change and sustainability education inside and outside the classroom so that they can help young people understand the causes and consequences of climate change, bring about changes in attitudes and behaviours to reduce the severity of future climate change, and build resilience in the face of climate change that are already present.


The Climate Youth Leadership Program aims to create awareness and enable young people to comprehend their relationship with the environment and make concerted efforts to conserve it. Through this program, we strive to educate and empower young minds to become leaders and active participants in the sustainable development movement.



  • - The training will provide "Climate Literacy" and a fresh perspective on climate change.
  • - It will provide professional development to teachers of various background to enable them integrate climate change content into their lessons.
  • - The training will pave a way to help in building a "Green Image" of the school and thus reducing carbon footprint.
  • - It will help in expansion of knowledge through debate, discussions and interaction with teachers from various other schools.
  • - You will be a "Climate Champion" and be awarded with a certificate respectively.


Achievements in Last 3 Years
  • - Trained more than 500 teachers from over 170 schools, including Mayo, Sanskriti, Sriram, Vasant Valley, Modern, Banyan Tree, Delhi Public School among others across India.
  • - Worked with Delhi government to train its teachers.
  • - Worked with Himachal Government.
  • - MOU with EKAL one of the largest NGO teaching under privileged children with enrolment of about 1 million.


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