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Dubai, United Arab Emirates (August 11, 2015): In a bid to increase environmental awareness and proper knowledge among students, Academia Management Solutions International (AMSI), a leading academic solutions provider which manages both International School of Arts and Sciences (ISAS) and Al Mawakeb Schools, has introduced several environmental education initiatives as part of its curriculum. 

“Environmental education is important for today's young generation to understand the importance of saving our natural resources. At AMSI, we are dedicated to continuously instilling a sense of environmental responsibility and consciousness among our students, encouraging them to become ‘eco-fighters' and shaping them into young leaders who want to make a difference,” says Adonis Nasr, CEO of AMSI. 

AMSI imparts environmental education to students on a continuous basis through various activities and campaigns such as eco-friendly clubs, environment based competitions and recycling drives on school campuses. To raise awareness about the importance of preservation and protection of marine life, AMSI students recently participated in a marine environment initiative which involved releasing fish fingerlings in the Palm Deira reserve.  In order to reduce food and container wastage across schools, AMSI has also introduced and implemented the concept of pre-ordering food from a set menu from the cafeteria. Through the pre-order option, parents can select their child's meal, which is served in recycled containers, and help reduce wastage. 

“We, at AMSI, believe that our actions should resonate louder than our words.  And we inspire our students to reconnect with Earth and nature. We are committed to educate our students about conversation and protection of natural resources and to share the responsibility of affecting change. After all, they are also liable when it comes to sustaining life for the generations to come,” adds Nasr. 

Adonis Nasr is one of the founding members and a board member of the Arab Forum for Environment and Development (AFED), which is a non-profit, non-government organisation that helps address environmental issues in the Arab world. As part of their continued commitment to the environment, AMSI students are active participants of the Arab Forum for Environment Development (AFED) conference, which is held annually.  




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