Since 2009, the 'Tugeda Tude fo Tumoro' project has worked to engage women and men from 50 communities across five Solomon Island provinces impacted by logging, to contribute towards more inclusive and environmentally sustainable communities.
recent years REDD+ has emerged as a potential solution to the challenge of
reducing emissions from loss and degradation of forests. Live
& Learn has produced a short animation which explains the basics of REDD+.
Discrimination against children in Western Pacific society reduces opportunities for children to have meaningful participation in their communities. Live & Learn has established a children’s peace network to build peaceful and inclusive societies.
Live & Learn Environmental Education is a non-profit, non-government organisation which promotes greater understanding and action toward human and environmental sustainability through education and dialogue building.
Live & Learn educates, mobilises communities and facilitates supportive partnerships in order to foster a greater understanding of sustainability, and to help move towards a sustainable future.
The past year has been inspiring and innovative across the Live & Learn Network with the testing and linking of many entrepreneurial approaches within our activities. New partnerships have been forged increasing new ideas and innovation across our programs. The extension of our wide-ranging Asia-Pacific program into the most remote areas as well as populated urban areas, has opened up new partnership opportunities with the private sector and academic research institutions in Australia. We have seen an interest from our partners in the Pacific and in Australia in enhancing these partnerships and expand them into countries where Live & Learn currently has no permanent presence including Tuvalu, Samoa, and Tonga. We are also pleased to enhance our working relationships with UN Agencies particularly UNICEF and UNDP - two valuable implementing partners in the Pacific.