EcoGarage has carefully constructed highly intuitive learning modules for students participating in Project EDEN. All those participating will acquire a comprehensive understanding of the many facets that encompass climate change, sustainability, circular economy, entrepreneurship, and innovation. With the Project EDEN co-curricular option, each planned session throughout the scholastic year will include a 1-hour module learning class and a 2-hour activity class catering to education in sustainability.

Project EDEN for schools is divided into seven modules that span across the scholastic year*. Each module is independently peer-reviewed by well-established experts in the field. Mentors who have undergone extensive training under EcoGarage are assigned to spearhead each module.

*We are flexible with schedule customization.

The rundown of modules is as follows:

Humanity and The Environment

  • Includes case studies from around the world to showcase the devastating impacts of climate change.
  • How our actions may not affect us firsthand, but may very likely affect others.
  • Issues with justice and equity in climate change.
  • Why we are part of the solution.
Module 1

Introduction to Climate Change

  • The science behind causes of climate change.
  • Global impacts of climate change
  • Climate change in Malaysia.
  • Solutions to climate change.
Module 2

Our Biodiversity and Natural Systems

  • The importance of terrestrial and marine ecosystems.
  • Habitat fragmentation, biodiversity loss, and socioeconomic impacts.
  • How we can help solve issues related to biodiversity loss.
Module 3

Our Energy

  • The history of energy.
  • The impacts of energy.
  • Transitioning to sustainable energy.
  • What our future could look like.
Module 4

Our Waste

  • Introduction to waste generation.
  • Types of waste.
  • Adverse impacts of waste and improper waste management.
  • How to properly manage waste and what we can do.
Module 5

Our Food and Water

  • The water cycle, sources, uses, and waste.
  • Food production and agriculture.
  • The impacts of water resource management and agriculture.
  • Food security and climate change
Module 6

Communicating Climate Change

  • Our role in keeping our communities informed.
  • Climate activism.
  • How to move beyond performative activism.
Module 7