Education

“In the end we will conserve only what we love, we will love only what we understand and we will understand only what we are taught.” - Baba Dioum

We believe that education is fundamental to address climate breakdown and the dangers of the Anthropocene. Our Foundation launched an educational project in 2016 founded on the conviction that the next generation needs to start now to play a key role in devising solutions to protect and save our planet. The project is free and involves students from kindergarten through college wherever they are based.

Our Digital Program

To respond to the challenges faced today by academics, we are expanding our digital content in collaboration with many institutions, using Anne’s art, her films, the story of each image and its message.

DIGITAL LESSONS FOR THE PLANET : the environment seen through art

In this series (lessons in English and Italian) Anne also addresses certain educational themes that are becoming increasingly relevant for the school of the future: urban responsibility and the importance of choice, the connections and interconnections between events and between us and the planet.

For extra materials and webinars: contact@oneplanetonefuture.org

The Time Shrine Foundation started its educational project in 2016.

 

Lessons for the Planet

Collaborations

English version coming soon

One Planet One Future in collaboration with Redooc.com presents a series of free lessons on environmental education.

The lessons - which include videos, images, texts and interactive exercises - were developed to encourage learning and participation also using games. The full series addresses some of the major issues related to environmental education: endangered species, drought and erosion, melting glaciers, pollution and trash.

Speaking Panels

Our founder, Anne de Carbuccia, also speaks at universities and institutions around the world to spread awareness about the dangers of the Anthropocene. She inspires students with her powerful stories, images and messages. Anne has been a featured speaker at the United Nations World Oceans Day conference and at institutions such as the William Alanson White Institute, one of the world’s most prominent psychoanalytic training and treatment centers. She also participates in mentorship programs for several institutions such as the Guggenheim and IOC-UNESCO.

Ask Our Students

What can we do to create a sustainable future?

"If we want to survive longer we definitely have to restore the planet."

"We need to make the world cleaner and not use cars too much. Or we can always go around by foot, by scooter or by bike"

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