By Lucrecia Higueros, @Lucre_2017
Life is a trip! So, let's start doing well by the journey! Last year, I heard about the 17 Global Goals and my mindset changed completely--my world, your world, her world, wait...our World. We are in danger, and we can all help!
So, I started looking into the 17 SDGs and was compelled to share and teach them to my students and students around the world. I joined with global projects that helped my students feel the passion, to give solutions, and to help like we did the last year in the Climate Action Project. One example, we planted more than 300 trees where there were deforested areas.
Now, I train teachers about SDGs--to be in touch with more people and share the World's Largest Lesson for the Agenda 2030, take action and restore our planet. My message is "We need you; we need your ideas that allow you to take action; we deserve to live in a world where we have the same opportunities, to live in peace and harmony with nature!"
This year, I involved teachers to be part of the Innovation Project. I find it important to show and include all the students where we can give a real solutions using ideas of the students in the project. Aligned to Goals 4, 6, 15, and 17, we created the Water Recycler to can save potable water in Guatemala.
My photojournalism story of how we walk around the SDGs:
Lucrecia Higueros That's me! English teacher as a foreign language, SDGs ambassador in my country Guatemala, I teach every day about the SDGs to my students and teachers, involved them in this amazing pledge! Working around the world with global projects we integrate all people that want to join us! https://youtu.be/RGkwonQmhxY
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