Why the Young Persons' Plan for the Planet?

In 2016 the United Nations launched the Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs) as the framework to achieve worldwide sustainable development. The Young Persons’ Plan for the Planet provides an approach that enables the promotion and delivery of these SDGs in each country, utilising an innovative national extracurricular schools program. Each year the program concludes with Plan Launches and an International Conference with a built-in SDG Challenge Competition.

The Plan for the Planet approach was developed to leverage the effectiveness of business planning and management principles and practice to achieve sustainable outcomes at local, regional and global levels.

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Building the Young Persons' Plan for The Planet


Australian High Schools completed in 2018 a world first National Sustainable Development Plan for Australia. Now Worldwide interest has seen the International Program continuing with students and teachers from India and Singapore joining Mauritius and Australia in Singapore in 2019 and 2020.

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Participating Schools are responsible for selection of their Teacher and Student Teams, the provision of a dedicated Plan for the Planet room with computer and communications facilities, and to guide Student participation in the end of year Plan Launch, Conference and the built-in SDG Challenge Competition.

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Regional Universities are invited and selected to support each EcoZone regional school, as part of each University’s community engagement program.

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