Tuesday, July 12, 2011

ENO Climate Change Song

Makassed Khalil Shehab School in Beirut, Lebanon

Tuesday, April 05, 2011

Makassed Frog's Green March: Beirut, Lebanon

Click  to view a 3D scene of our Green Day!
Move around and zoom in to check out the smallest details! 

"Makassed schools in Beirut organized on Saturday, April 2nd, the Frogs’ march where thousands of students in green T-shirts marched to the new Pine International Forest. An amazing campaign… where students declared that they collected thousands of pledges from people, to protect the environment within the ENO International program. The minister of Environment and the Honorary president of Makassed with the president and members of the board, directors and principals attended this major event…ENJOY…"
Mr. Mohamad Machnouk

Sunday, April 03, 2011

Makassed Ali Bin Abi Taleb Primary School’s Way! Lebanon

with Makassed President: Mr. Amine Daouk
with Minister of Culture, Mr. Tammam Salam
Miss Adla Shatila: Director of IT and finance departments at Makassed

   This year, our young students at Ali Bin Abi Taleb Primary School contributed to the ENO climate change campaign with utmost enthusiasm and energy.
Everyone at school was excited to take part in such a major event; little creative hands did the Frank the Frog mascot as well as puppets and pins all from recycled materials. Students started collecting pledges and signatures from parents, families, neighbors, nearby shops and malls, as well as prominent figures in Lebanon such as the minister of education, the Council of Beirut, the president of Makassed, and the Educational Directorate at Makassed. In a solid attempt to spread the positive effects of the campaign, our sixth graders headed to three Makassed schools in the North to carry word to more than a 1000 students there!
We are proud to have made a change in our country, among friends, colleagues, and citizens!

ENO Campaign on Future TV: Makassed Schools, Lebanon

Monday, March 14, 2011

The March of the Frogs: Makassed Aicha Om El-Mou'minin School, Beirut, Lebanon

getting ready for the "March of the Frogs"

with Dr. Al- Kadi

at the bank

at Abed El- Hadi Debs Institute

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Makassed Aicha Om El-Mou'minin School, Beirut, Lebanon

creative hands

Students at Makassed Aicha Om El-Mou'minin School in Beirut, Lebanon, have made Frank the Frog, collected pledges and now they are ready for the march of the frogs. 

From Uzbekhistan

Monday, February 21, 2011

The March of the Frogs in Galati, Romania

The students of School 2 Galati, Romania have participated in the ENO Climate Change Campaign 2011 with great joy and hope in the success of their enterprise. On 16 February the weather was on our side as it was cold but sunny. There were lots of people in the streets who have received our ecological messages.
Parents and even grandparents marched along with the children and the teachers. We are happy to notice that every year the participation in this event gets larger and larger and the impact on the community and on the environment has visible results.
Thank you, ENO-Environment Online for this engaging, educational programme.
Congratulations to all our hard-working and dedicated ENO teachers: Valentina Morun, Maricica Cosug, Marioara Lupu-Neicu, Luminita Lazar, Gina Perju, Laura Tabacaru, Marinela Lazar, Luminita Bujor, Jenica Cojocaru, Mariana Crisan, Liliana Ene, ENO students and ENO partners all over the world!
Georgiana Munteanu - ENO coordinator RO25
click on the picture to see the photo album


Saturday, February 19, 2011

Causes and Effects of Climate Change in Lebanon

Seventh and eighth graders at Makassed Omar Ben El-Khattab School have prepared an interesting power point presentation as one of ENO activities. They have used animated clip art, recorded their voices, and discussed the causes and effects of climate change in Lebanon. 
Click the link to find out what's happening in Lebanon...

Special thanks to 7th and 8th graders:
Reem Sleem, Mohammad Youssef, Bayan Abu Merei, Farah Taha, Ali Habbal, Jana Srouji, Sereen Abu-El-Joud, Nour Habbal, and Rami Abdu....Your power point presentation is simply beautiful!
...and also a 'big thank you' goes to everyone who helped make this activity successful!

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Azerbaijan,Sumgait "IDRAK" school lyceum.

March of Frogs from Portugal

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Friday, February 11, 2011

Climate Has Changed?

It will continue to change and we need to have a change in attitude and habits if we want to bring any type to healing to the changes we see around us on a daily basis in weather patterns, and the impact on all our lives no matter where in the world you reside, it will touch you.

The way we treat our environment, our forest, our garbage, our trees are we planting?

For those of us living near coast lines, what effect on our reefs, mangroves, fisher folks?

And what of agriculture - to feed ourselves and the nations

This is the International Year of Forest, what are you doing to celebrate?