RCE Trang,Thailand - 2024

Activities to study learning resources and ecosystems for sustainable development
CSV
Basic Information
Title of project : 
Activities to study learning resources and ecosystems for sustainable development
Contributing organization(s) : 
RCE Graeter Gombak
Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya Trang Campus
Focal point(s) and affiliation(s)
Name: 
Dr. Sanya Srivichian Mayor of Trang City Municipality
Organizational Affiliation: 
Trang City Municipality
Format of project: 
Video activity to study learning resources and ecosystems for sustainable development
Language of project: 
English
Date of submission:
Tuesday, March 19, 2024
Additional resources: 
Geographical & Education Information
Region: 
Asia-Pacific
Country: 
Thailand
Ecosystem(s):
Socioeconomic and environmental characteristics of the area : 
The seagrass habitat around Koh Libong is considered to be the largest seagrass source in Thailand. It has a total area of 18,556.56 rai and has very good status. There is a diversity of organisms and it is a source of habitat and finding. Eat the largest dugong herd in Thailand 11 species of seagrass were found mixed in. Clear shadow grass, small leaf shadow grass Dwarf shadow grass Turtle leach grass, rounded leaf leach grass Sawtooth leaf leach grass Sea chives grass Needle chives grass Sea onion grass and sea onion grass To attend a global RCE conference RCE Grater Gombak challenged RCE Grater Gombak to take an interest in seagrass and dugongs in Trang province and coordinated a joint study to learn about the environment of seagrass and dugongs in Koh Libong during 27-28 December 2024.
Description of sustainable development challenge(s) in the area the project addresses: 
1. Building cooperation in sustainable development between RCE countries.
2. It is an opportunity to build youth capacity for sustainable development. In terms of resource conservation, environmental and rare animals.
3. Youth have the opportunity to learn and take on challenges. To further develop at a higher level of education.
Contents
Status: 
Ongoing
Period: 
October, 2021
Rationale: 
Focus on cooperation in the conservation of coastal and marine ecosystems. Create youth role models to educate the public. Tourists create awareness and know the local area, starting with environmental conservation from the source within urban communities. Coastal communities Contribute to the preservation of sustainable ecosystems by creating a tourist destination with pristine and beautiful nature. Disseminate information to raise awareness and promote eco-tourism economy. It is designated as an educational activity to learn about the ecosystem for sustainable development to promote the conservation of seagrass, dugongs and abundant food sources of marine animals.
Objectives: 
1. To organize educational activities on learning resources and coastal and marine ecosystems.
2. To empower youth in sustainable development.
3. To disseminate and educate children Youth, citizens, tourists, and RCE networks at all levels in resource and environmental conservation and education for sustainable development.
Activities and/or practices employed: 
1. Organize public relations activities. Exhibition Education for Sustainable Development.
2. Study of Batu Pute mountain dugong source Seagrass source.
3. Study tour OTOP Innovations on Libong Island Plastic recycling.
4. Study of coral reef sites in Ban Lang Khao.
Size of academic audience: 
Youth (Grade 4 and Year 5 students, Municipal School 2, Wat Kapang Surin) Teachers, related staff Speaker, RCE Greater Gombak Network, Malaysia Libong Island Community Total 100 people
Results: 
Youth has potential. In order to promote and support sustainable development, seagrass areas and manatee numbers are increasing. The community places great importance on preserving the environment of Libong Island as a manatee habitat. Increase the number of tourists in visits. Promote the economy of Trang province
Lessons learned: 
1. Youth has potential To promote and support sustainable development.
2. Youth, tourists and RCE networks at all levels collaborate to conserve resources and the environment. It leads to further sustainability.
3. Dissemination and dissemination of learning resources and education for sustainable development.
Key messages: 
Seagrass, Manatee, Ecosystems for Sustainable Development
Relationship to other RCE activities: 
-
Funding: 
Trang City Municipality
UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
(https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/sdgs) and other themes of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)
SDG 1 - End poverty in all its forms everywhere 
Direct
SDG 2 - End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture 
Direct
SDG 3 - Ensure healthy lives and promote wellbeing for all at all ages 
Direct
SDG 4 - Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all 
Direct
SDG 6 - Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all 
Direct
SDG 7 - Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all 
Direct
SDG 8 - Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment, and decent work for all 
Direct
SDG 11 - Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable 
Direct
SDG 12 - Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns 
Direct
SDG 13 - Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts 
Direct
SDG 14 - Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development 
Direct
SDG 15 - Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification and halt and reverse land degradation, and halt biodiversity loss 
Direct
SDG 16 - Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels 
Direct
Theme
Traditional Knowledge  
Direct
Agriculture 
Direct
Curriculum Development 
Direct
Ecotourism 
Direct
Plants & Animals 
Direct
Waste 
Direct
ESD for 2030-Priority Action Areas
Priority Action Area 1 - Advancing policy 
state: 
Direct
Priority Action Area 2 - Transforming learning and training environments 
state: 
Direct
Priority Action Area 3 - Developing capacities of educators and trainers 
state: 
Direct
Priority Action Area 4 - Mobilizing youth 
state: 
Direct
Priority Action Area 5 - Accelerating sustainable solutions at local level 
state: 
Direct
Update: 
No
I acknowledge the above: 
Yes