International Green Warrior Olympiad Syllabus

International Green Warrior Olympiad Syllabus for Class 1

Clean Water and Sanitation

  • Introduction to clean water: What is water? importance of clean water, basic hygiene practices related to water
  • Water sources: Where does our water come from? different sources of water (e.g., rivers, lakes, taps), protecting water sources
  • Water pollution: What is pollution?, introduction to water pollution, simple examples of pollutants (e.g., trash, dirt), importance of not polluting water sources
  • Keeping water clean: Ways to clean water, avoiding littering near water sources, basic rules for using water responsibly
  • Waterborne diseases: What are waterborne diseases? basic understanding of illnesses related to dirty water, importance of clean water for health
  • Clean water at home: Ways to get clean water at home, role of water filters and purification, hygiene practices when using water at home

Affordable and Clean Energy

  • Simple ways to save energy at home (e.g., turning off lights when not needed)
  • Activities to practice energy conservation
  • How clean energy is good for the environment

Sustainable Cities and Communities

  • Clean and safe parks: Visiting a local park, picking up trash in the park, playing outdoor games in the park, planting tress
  • Community helpers: Learning about people who help keep the city clean (e.g., garbage collectors, gardeners)
  • Sustainable transportation: Introduction to electric vehicles, public transportation and its benefits, reducing carbon emissions through transportation choices

Responsible Consumption and Production

  • Importance of not wasting things, the concept of reuse by sharing toys with others
  • Importance of not wasting food
  • Alternatives to plastic, like using reusable bags
  • Introduction of ""3 Rs"" - reduce, reuse, recycle with simple examples

Climate Action

  • Basic understanding of seasons
  • Air: Air pollution, sources of air pollution, effects of air pollution, ways to reduce air pollution
  • Importance of breathing clean air
  • How human activities can affect the climate
  • The impact of climate change on the environment (e.g., melting ice, rising sea levels, extreme weather)
  • Why trees are important for the environment
  • Planting a tree or caring for a small garden
  • How clean energy helps combat climate change

Life Below Water

  • Need to protect marine animals from harm (e.g., pollution, overfishing)
  • Ocean conservation: Understanding why we need to protect the oceans, avoid littering at the beach
  • Exploring ocean life: Introduction to underwater creatures

Life On Land

  • Protecting trees and plants
  • How animals and plants are essential for the environment and humans
  • Conservation of Animals and plants habitats
  • Importance of taking care of land

Food Security and Agriculture

  • Introduction to the concept of food: Basic food groups (e.g., fruits, vegetables, grains), identifying common foods
  • Understanding the difference between healthy and unhealthy foods
  • Sharing food: Why it's important to share food with others

Please check marking scheme and the pattern of the question paper by visiting Class 1 Green Warrior Olympiad Sample Paper page.

International Green Warrior Olympiad Syllabus for Class 2

Clean Water and Sanitation

  • Introduction to clean water: What is water? importance of clean water, basic hygiene practices related to water
  • Water sources: Where does our water come from? different sources of water (e.g., rivers, lakes, taps), protecting water sources
  • Water pollution: What is pollution?, introduction to water pollution, simple examples of pollutants (e.g., trash, dirt), importance of not polluting water sources
  • Keeping water clean: Ways to clean water, avoiding littering near water sources, basic rules for using water responsibly
  • Waterborne diseases: What are waterborne diseases? basic understanding of illnesses related to dirty water, importance of clean water for health
  • Clean water at home: Ways to get clean water at home, role of water filters and purification, hygiene practices when using water at home

Affordable and Clean Energy

  • Simple ways to save energy at home (e.g., turning off lights when not needed)
  • Activities to practice energy conservation
  • How clean energy is good for the environment

Sustainable Cities and Communities

  • Clean and safe parks: Visiting a local park, picking up trash in the park, playing outdoor games in the park, planting tress
  • Community helpers: Learning about people who help keep the city clean (e.g., garbage collectors, gardeners)
  • Sustainable transportation: Introduction to electric vehicles, public transportation and its benefits, reducing carbon emissions through transportation choices

Responsible Consumption and Production

  • Importance of not wasting things, the concept of reuse by sharing toys with others
  • Importance of not wasting food
  • Alternatives to plastic, like using reusable bags
  • Introduction of ""3 Rs"" - reduce, reuse, recycle with simple examples

Climate Action

  • Basic understanding of seasons
  • Air: Air pollution, sources of air pollution, effects of air pollution, ways to reduce air pollution
  • Importance of breathing clean air
  • How human activities can affect the climate
  • The impact of climate change on the environment (e.g., melting ice, rising sea levels, extreme weather)
  • Why trees are important for the environment
  • Planting a tree or caring for a small garden
  • How clean energy helps combat climate change

Life Below Water

  • Need to protect marine animals from harm (e.g., pollution, overfishing)
  • Ocean conservation: Understanding why we need to protect the oceans, avoid littering at the beach
  • Exploring ocean life: Introduction to underwater creatures

Life On Land

  • Protecting trees and plants
  • How animals and plants are essential for the environment and humans
  • Conservation of Animals and plants habitats
  • Importance of taking care of land

Food Security and Agriculture

  • Introduction to the concept of food: Basic food groups (e.g., fruits, vegetables, grains), identifying common foods
  • Understanding the difference between healthy and unhealthy foods
  • Sharing food: Why it's important to share food with others

Please check marking scheme and the pattern of the question paper by visiting Class 1 Green Warrior Olympiad Sample Paper page.

International Green Warrior Olympiad Syllabus for Class 3

Clean Water and Sanitation

  • Importance of clean water and sanitation
  • Access to clean water: Sources of clean water, water purification methods, role of water treatment plants
  • Sanitation and hygiene: Importance of proper sanitation, personal hygiene practices, keeping our surroundings clean, handwashing demonstration and practice, diseases that can spread due to poor sanitation and hygiene
  • Water conservation: Understanding the water cycle, ways to conserve water, practical tips for conserving water
  • Water and environment: Impact of pollution on water bodies, importance of clean rivers and oceans

Affordable and Clean Energy

  • Introduction to energy: Understanding what energy is, different forms of energy (e.g., solar, wind, fossil fuels), importance of energy in our daily livesEnergy conservation: The concept of energy conservation, practical tips for saving energy at home and school, energy-efficient appliances and lighting
  • Access to clean energy: How lack of access to clean energy affects communities, solar power in remote areas
  • Renewable and non-renewable energy: Understanding of renewable energy sources (e.g., a solar-powered toy car, a wind turbine), biomass as a renewable energy source, how biomass is used for cooking and heating, environmental benefits and challenges
  • Clean energy and the environment: The impact of clean energy on the environment, reducing greenhouse gas emissions
  • Fossil fuels and pollution: What are fossil fuels (coal, oil, natural gas)?, the environmental impact of fossil fuel use, air pollution and its consequences, ways to reduce fossil fuel use

Sustainable Cities and Communities

  • Sustainable water management: Rainwater harvesting, water reuse and recycling, role of communities in protecting water sources
  • Sustainable transportation: Introduction to electric and hybrid vehicles, bicycles as a sustainable mode of transportation, reducing carbon emissions through transportation choices, eco-friendly transportation
  • Sustainable materials: Identifying sustainable materials (e.g., paper, cloth, glass), harmful materials (e.g., plastics), exploring biodegradable and non-biodegradable materials
  • Sustainable energy sources: Introduction to clean and renewable energy sources, solar energy and how it works, wind energy and its benefits

Responsible Consumption and Production

  • Responsible consumption: Why responsible consumption is important, connection between consumption and the environment
  • Reduce, reuse, recycle: The three R's of responsible consumption, how to reduce waste, ways to reuse items, introduction to recycling and its benefits
  • Food choices and waste: The impact of food choices on the environment, reducing food waste at home and school, composting and its benefits
  • Responsible energy use include: Turning off your computer screen when you're not using it, putting a lid on your pot or pan etc.
  • Waste reduction and upcycling projects: Using recycled or upcycled materials

Climate Action

  • Introduction to climate change: Understanding what climate change is, causes of climate change (e.g., greenhouse gases), impacts of climate change on the planet
  • The greenhouse effect: Explaining the greenhouse effect, how it affects the earth's temperature
  • Reducing our carbon footprint: Strategies to reduce personal carbon footprints, discussion on energy conservation, transportation choices, and waste reduction
  • Climate change impacts: Effects of climate change on ecosystems, wildlife, and communities

Life Below Water

  • Oceans and their importance: Importance of oceans and water bodies, different marine habitats (e.g., coral reefs, kelp forests, open ocean), marine species and their adaptations to underwater life
  • Marine food webs: Exploring marine food chains and webs
  • Threats to underwater life: Overfishing, habitat destruction, pollution, climate change, coastal development, human disturbance etc.
  • Ocean pollution: Sources of marine pollution (e.g., plastic waste, oil spills), effects of pollution on marine life and ecosystems, how individuals can reduce ocean pollution

Life On Land

  • Types of terrestrial ecosystems: Introduction to major terrestrial ecosystems (e.g., forests, savannas, wetlands, desert etc.), characteristics of each ecosystem
  • Forests and their importance: Understanding the significance of forests (e.g., carbon storage, oxygen production), reforestation and forest conservation efforts
  • Threats to life on land: Urbanization, pollution, land degradation, wildfires, poaching and illegal wildlife trade etc.
  • Biodiversity on land: Exploring the diversity of plant and animal life on land, discussing the interconnectedness of species in ecosystems

Food Security and Agriculture

  • Food Security: Definition and importance of food security, factors affecting food security (availability, accessibility, affordability).
  • Sustainable Agriculture: Introduction to sustainable farming practices, importance of conserving natural resources
  • Food Safety: Importance of food safety and hygiene, safe handling and preparation of food
  • Factors affecting agriculture and food security: Climate, soil, land, water, poverty, population etc.

Please check marking scheme and the pattern of the question paper by visiting Class 3 Green Warrior Olympiad Sample Paper page.

International Green Warrior Olympiad Syllabus for Class 4

Clean Water and Sanitation

  • Importance of clean water and sanitation
  • Access to clean water: Sources of clean water, water purification methods, role of water treatment plants
  • Sanitation and hygiene: Importance of proper sanitation, personal hygiene practices, keeping our surroundings clean, handwashing demonstration and practice, diseases that can spread due to poor sanitation and hygiene
  • Water conservation: Understanding the water cycle, ways to conserve water, practical tips for conserving water
  • Water and environment: Impact of pollution on water bodies, importance of clean rivers and oceans

Affordable and Clean Energy

  • Introduction to energy: Understanding what energy is, different forms of energy (e.g., solar, wind, fossil fuels), importance of energy in our daily livesEnergy conservation: The concept of energy conservation, practical tips for saving energy at home and school, energy-efficient appliances and lighting
  • Access to clean energy: How lack of access to clean energy affects communities, solar power in remote areas
  • Renewable and non-renewable energy: Understanding of renewable energy sources (e.g., a solar-powered toy car, a wind turbine), biomass as a renewable energy source, how biomass is used for cooking and heating, environmental benefits and challenges
  • Clean energy and the environment: The impact of clean energy on the environment, reducing greenhouse gas emissions
  • Fossil fuels and pollution: What are fossil fuels (coal, oil, natural gas)?, the environmental impact of fossil fuel use, air pollution and its consequences, ways to reduce fossil fuel use

Sustainable Cities and Communities

  • Sustainable water management: Rainwater harvesting, water reuse and recycling, role of communities in protecting water sources
  • Sustainable transportation: Introduction to electric and hybrid vehicles, bicycles as a sustainable mode of transportation, reducing carbon emissions through transportation choices, eco-friendly transportation
  • Sustainable materials: Identifying sustainable materials (e.g., paper, cloth, glass), harmful materials (e.g., plastics), exploring biodegradable and non-biodegradable materials
  • Sustainable energy sources: Introduction to clean and renewable energy sources, solar energy and how it works, wind energy and its benefits

Responsible Consumption and Production

  • Responsible consumption: Why responsible consumption is important, connection between consumption and the environment
  • Reduce, reuse, recycle: The three R's of responsible consumption, how to reduce waste, ways to reuse items, introduction to recycling and its benefits
  • Food choices and waste: The impact of food choices on the environment, reducing food waste at home and school, composting and its benefits
  • Responsible energy use include: Turning off your computer screen when you're not using it, putting a lid on your pot or pan etc.
  • Waste reduction and upcycling projects: Using recycled or upcycled materials

Climate Action

  • Introduction to climate change: Understanding what climate change is, causes of climate change (e.g., greenhouse gases), impacts of climate change on the planet
  • The greenhouse effect: Explaining the greenhouse effect, how it affects the earth's temperature
  • Reducing our carbon footprint: Strategies to reduce personal carbon footprints, discussion on energy conservation, transportation choices, and waste reduction
  • Climate change impacts: Effects of climate change on ecosystems, wildlife, and communities

Life Below Water

  • Oceans and their importance: Importance of oceans and water bodies, different marine habitats (e.g., coral reefs, kelp forests, open ocean), marine species and their adaptations to underwater life
  • Marine food webs: Exploring marine food chains and webs
  • Threats to underwater life: Overfishing, habitat destruction, pollution, climate change, coastal development, human disturbance etc.
  • Ocean pollution: Sources of marine pollution (e.g., plastic waste, oil spills), effects of pollution on marine life and ecosystems, how individuals can reduce ocean pollution

Life On Land

  • Types of terrestrial ecosystems: Introduction to major terrestrial ecosystems (e.g., forests, savannas, wetlands, desert etc.), characteristics of each ecosystem
  • Forests and their importance: Understanding the significance of forests (e.g., carbon storage, oxygen production), reforestation and forest conservation efforts
  • Threats to life on land: Urbanization, pollution, land degradation, wildfires, poaching and illegal wildlife trade etc.
  • Biodiversity on land: Exploring the diversity of plant and animal life on land, discussing the interconnectedness of species in ecosystems

Food Security and Agriculture

  • Food Security: Definition and importance of food security, factors affecting food security (availability, accessibility, affordability).
  • Sustainable Agriculture: Introduction to sustainable farming practices, importance of conserving natural resources
  • Food Safety: Importance of food safety and hygiene, safe handling and preparation of food
  • Factors affecting agriculture and food security: Climate, soil, land, water, poverty, population etc.

Please check marking scheme and the pattern of the question paper by visiting Class 4 Green Warrior Olympiad Sample Paper page.

International Green Warrior Olympiad Syllabus for Class 5

Clean Water and Sanitation

  • Importance of clean water and sanitation
  • Access to clean water: Sources of clean water, water purification methods, role of water treatment plants
  • Sanitation and hygiene: Importance of proper sanitation, personal hygiene practices, keeping our surroundings clean, handwashing demonstration and practice, diseases that can spread due to poor sanitation and hygiene
  • Water conservation: Understanding the water cycle, ways to conserve water, practical tips for conserving water
  • Water and environment: Impact of pollution on water bodies, importance of clean rivers and oceans

Affordable and Clean Energy

  • Introduction to energy: Understanding what energy is, different forms of energy (e.g., solar, wind, fossil fuels), importance of energy in our daily livesEnergy conservation: The concept of energy conservation, practical tips for saving energy at home and school, energy-efficient appliances and lighting
  • Access to clean energy: How lack of access to clean energy affects communities, solar power in remote areas
  • Renewable and non-renewable energy: Understanding of renewable energy sources (e.g., a solar-powered toy car, a wind turbine), biomass as a renewable energy source, how biomass is used for cooking and heating, environmental benefits and challenges
  • Clean energy and the environment: The impact of clean energy on the environment, reducing greenhouse gas emissions
  • Fossil fuels and pollution: What are fossil fuels (coal, oil, natural gas)?, the environmental impact of fossil fuel use, air pollution and its consequences, ways to reduce fossil fuel use

Sustainable Cities and Communities

  • Sustainable water management: Rainwater harvesting, water reuse and recycling, role of communities in protecting water sources
  • Sustainable transportation: Introduction to electric and hybrid vehicles, bicycles as a sustainable mode of transportation, reducing carbon emissions through transportation choices, eco-friendly transportation
  • Sustainable materials: Identifying sustainable materials (e.g., paper, cloth, glass), harmful materials (e.g., plastics), exploring biodegradable and non-biodegradable materials
  • Sustainable energy sources: Introduction to clean and renewable energy sources, solar energy and how it works, wind energy and its benefits

Responsible Consumption and Production

  • Responsible consumption: Why responsible consumption is important, connection between consumption and the environment
  • Reduce, reuse, recycle: The three R's of responsible consumption, how to reduce waste, ways to reuse items, introduction to recycling and its benefits
  • Food choices and waste: The impact of food choices on the environment, reducing food waste at home and school, composting and its benefits
  • Responsible energy use include: Turning off your computer screen when you're not using it, putting a lid on your pot or pan etc.
  • Waste reduction and upcycling projects: Using recycled or upcycled materials

Climate Action

  • Introduction to climate change: Understanding what climate change is, causes of climate change (e.g., greenhouse gases), impacts of climate change on the planet
  • The greenhouse effect: Explaining the greenhouse effect, how it affects the earth's temperature
  • Reducing our carbon footprint: Strategies to reduce personal carbon footprints, discussion on energy conservation, transportation choices, and waste reduction
  • Climate change impacts: Effects of climate change on ecosystems, wildlife, and communities

Life Below Water

  • Oceans and their importance: Importance of oceans and water bodies, different marine habitats (e.g., coral reefs, kelp forests, open ocean), marine species and their adaptations to underwater life
  • Marine food webs: Exploring marine food chains and webs
  • Threats to underwater life: Overfishing, habitat destruction, pollution, climate change, coastal development, human disturbance etc.
  • Ocean pollution: Sources of marine pollution (e.g., plastic waste, oil spills), effects of pollution on marine life and ecosystems, how individuals can reduce ocean pollution

Life On Land

  • Types of terrestrial ecosystems: Introduction to major terrestrial ecosystems (e.g., forests, savannas, wetlands, desert etc.), characteristics of each ecosystem
  • Forests and their importance: Understanding the significance of forests (e.g., carbon storage, oxygen production), reforestation and forest conservation efforts
  • Threats to life on land: Urbanization, pollution, land degradation, wildfires, poaching and illegal wildlife trade etc.
  • Biodiversity on land: Exploring the diversity of plant and animal life on land, discussing the interconnectedness of species in ecosystems

Food Security and Agriculture

  • Food Security: Definition and importance of food security, factors affecting food security (availability, accessibility, affordability).
  • Sustainable Agriculture: Introduction to sustainable farming practices, importance of conserving natural resources
  • Food Safety: Importance of food safety and hygiene, safe handling and preparation of food
  • Factors affecting agriculture and food security: Climate, soil, land, water, poverty, population etc.

Please check marking scheme and the pattern of the question paper by visiting Class 5 Green Warrior Olympiad Sample Paper page.

International Green Warrior Olympiad Syllabus for Class 6

Clean Water and Sanitation

  • Introduction to clean water: Understanding the importance of clean water and proper sanitation, various sources of clean water, methods to purify water, water treatment plans, methods to filtre water
  • Proper sanitation and personal hygiene: Sanitation and personal hygiene practices and their impact on health, access to clean toilets and sanitation facilities
  • Waterborne diseases: Common waterborne diseases (e.g., cholera, dysentery), how waterborne diseases spread, prevention through clean water and sanitation
  • Water scarcity and global water issues: Exploring water scarcity in different regions, the role of climate change in water scarcity
  • Water pollution and treatment: Sources and types of water pollution, consequences of water pollution, wastewater treatment processes
  • Water conservation: The water cycle and its importance, strategies for water conservation, technologies for efficient water use

Affordable and Clean Energy

  • Sources of energy: Exploration of various energy sources (e.g., fossil fuels, renewable energy, nuclear), how energy is generated from different sources, environmental impacts of different energy sources
  • Renewable energy sources: Introduction to renewable energy sources (e.g., solar, wind, hydro, geothermal), how renewable energy systems work, advantages and challenges of renewable energy
  • Energy conservation and efficiency: Understanding the importance of energy conservation, practical tips for saving energy at home and school, energy-efficient technologies and practices
  • Introduction to clean energy: Understanding the concept of clean energy, differentiating clean energy from fossil fuels
  • Clean energy innovations: Innovations in clean energy technology, solar roadways and smart grids
  • Environmental impact of fossil fuels: Understanding the environmental impact of fossil fuel use, air and water pollution caused by fossil fuels

Sustainable Cities and Communities

  • Sustainable transportation and green infrastructure: Introduction to sustainable transportation, the role of electric and hybrid vehicles, bicycles as a sustainable mode of transportation, sustainable urban planning and green infrastructure
  • Characteristics of sustainable cities: Green infrastructure, urban farming, efficient public transportation, operations on renewable energy sources, waste management
  • Universal access to safe, inclusive, and accessible green and public spaces

Responsible Consumption and Production

  • The three r's: reduce, reuse, recycle: Importance of three r's of responsible consumption, strategies to reduce waste and consumption, creative ways to reuse items, introduction to recycling and waste separation
  • Responsible consumption of water and energy: Importance of conserving water and energy, practical tips for saving water and electricity, energy-efficient appliances and lighting
  • Responsible consumption of water and energy: Importance of conserving water and energy, practical tips for saving water and electricity, energy-efficient appliances and lighting

Climate Action

  • Introduction to climate change: Understanding the concept of climate change, differentiating between climate and weather, causes and effects of climate change
  • The carbon cycle: Understanding the carbon cycle, how humans disrupt the carbon cycle
  • Earth's climate systems: Introduction to earth's climate systems, the role of the atmosphere and oceans in climate regulation
  • The greenhouse effect: Explaining the greenhouse effect, how it affects the earth's temperature

Life Below Water

  • Conservation of marine life: Exploring marine protected areas and marine sanctuaries, importance of marine conservation for biodiversity
  • Threats to marine ecosystems: Identifying human activities that harm marine ecosystems (e.g., overfishing, pollution, habitat destruction), discussing the impact of climate change on oceans
  • Marine pollution and plastic waste: Sources and types of marine pollution (e.g., plastic waste, oil spills), impact of pollution on marine life and ecosystems, solutions and cleanup efforts

Life On Land

  • Introduction to terrestrial ecosystems: Understanding terrestrial ecosystems (e.g., forests, grasslands, deserts), importance of land-based environments
  • Endangered species and conservation: Introduction to endangered species, conservation efforts to protect endangered species
  • Major threats to terrestrial ecosystems: Habitat destruction and fragmentation, deforestation, overexploitation, pollution, agriculture practices, etc.

Food Security and Agriculture

  • Food choices and sustainability: The impact of food choices on the environment, reducing food waste at home and school, sustainable farming practices (e.g., organic, local), composting and its benefits
  • Climate change and food security: How climate change affects food production and agriculture, strategies for adapting to changing climates in agriculture

Please check marking scheme and the pattern of the question paper by visiting Class 6 Green Warrior Olympiad Sample Paper page.

International Green Warrior Olympiad Syllabus for Class 7

Clean Water and Sanitation

  • Introduction to clean water: Understanding the importance of clean water and proper sanitation, various sources of clean water, methods to purify water, water treatment plans, methods to filtre water
  • Proper sanitation and personal hygiene: Sanitation and personal hygiene practices and their impact on health, access to clean toilets and sanitation facilities
  • Waterborne diseases: Common waterborne diseases (e.g., cholera, dysentery), how waterborne diseases spread, prevention through clean water and sanitation
  • Water scarcity and global water issues: Exploring water scarcity in different regions, the role of climate change in water scarcity
  • Water pollution and treatment: Sources and types of water pollution, consequences of water pollution, wastewater treatment processes
  • Water conservation: The water cycle and its importance, strategies for water conservation, technologies for efficient water use

Affordable and Clean Energy

  • Sources of energy: Exploration of various energy sources (e.g., fossil fuels, renewable energy, nuclear), how energy is generated from different sources, environmental impacts of different energy sources
  • Renewable energy sources: Introduction to renewable energy sources (e.g., solar, wind, hydro, geothermal), how renewable energy systems work, advantages and challenges of renewable energy
  • Energy conservation and efficiency: Understanding the importance of energy conservation, practical tips for saving energy at home and school, energy-efficient technologies and practices
  • Introduction to clean energy: Understanding the concept of clean energy, differentiating clean energy from fossil fuels
  • Clean energy innovations: Innovations in clean energy technology, solar roadways and smart grids
  • Environmental impact of fossil fuels: Understanding the environmental impact of fossil fuel use, air and water pollution caused by fossil fuels

Sustainable Cities and Communities

  • Sustainable transportation and green infrastructure: Introduction to sustainable transportation, the role of electric and hybrid vehicles, bicycles as a sustainable mode of transportation, sustainable urban planning and green infrastructure
  • Characteristics of sustainable cities: Green infrastructure, urban farming, efficient public transportation, operations on renewable energy sources, waste management
  • Universal access to safe, inclusive, and accessible green and public spaces

Responsible Consumption and Production

  • The three r's: reduce, reuse, recycle: Importance of three r's of responsible consumption, strategies to reduce waste and consumption, creative ways to reuse items, introduction to recycling and waste separation
  • Responsible consumption of water and energy: Importance of conserving water and energy, practical tips for saving water and electricity, energy-efficient appliances and lighting
  • Responsible consumption of water and energy: Importance of conserving water and energy, practical tips for saving water and electricity, energy-efficient appliances and lighting

Climate Action

  • Introduction to climate change: Understanding the concept of climate change, differentiating between climate and weather, causes and effects of climate change
  • The carbon cycle: Understanding the carbon cycle, how humans disrupt the carbon cycle
  • Earth's climate systems: Introduction to earth's climate systems, the role of the atmosphere and oceans in climate regulation
  • The greenhouse effect: Explaining the greenhouse effect, how it affects the earth's temperature

Life Below Water

  • Conservation of marine life: Exploring marine protected areas and marine sanctuaries, importance of marine conservation for biodiversity
  • Threats to marine ecosystems: Identifying human activities that harm marine ecosystems (e.g., overfishing, pollution, habitat destruction), discussing the impact of climate change on oceans
  • Marine pollution and plastic waste: Sources and types of marine pollution (e.g., plastic waste, oil spills), impact of pollution on marine life and ecosystems, solutions and cleanup efforts

Life On Land

  • Introduction to terrestrial ecosystems: Understanding terrestrial ecosystems (e.g., forests, grasslands, deserts), importance of land-based environments
  • Endangered species and conservation: Introduction to endangered species, conservation efforts to protect endangered species
  • Major threats to terrestrial ecosystems: Habitat destruction and fragmentation, deforestation, overexploitation, pollution, agriculture practices, etc.

Food Security and Agriculture

  • Food choices and sustainability: The impact of food choices on the environment, reducing food waste at home and school, sustainable farming practices (e.g., organic, local), composting and its benefits
  • Climate change and food security: How climate change affects food production and agriculture, strategies for adapting to changing climates in agriculture

Please check marking scheme and the pattern of the question paper by visiting Class 7 Green Warrior Olympiad Sample Paper page.

International Green Warrior Olympiad Syllabus for Class 8

Clean Water and Sanitation

  • Introduction to clean water: Understanding the importance of clean water and proper sanitation, various sources of clean water, methods to purify water, water treatment plans, methods to filtre water
  • Proper sanitation and personal hygiene: Sanitation and personal hygiene practices and their impact on health, access to clean toilets and sanitation facilities
  • Waterborne diseases: Common waterborne diseases (e.g., cholera, dysentery), how waterborne diseases spread, prevention through clean water and sanitation
  • Water scarcity and global water issues: Exploring water scarcity in different regions, the role of climate change in water scarcity
  • Water pollution and treatment: Sources and types of water pollution, consequences of water pollution, wastewater treatment processes
  • Water conservation: The water cycle and its importance, strategies for water conservation, technologies for efficient water use

Affordable and Clean Energy

  • Sources of energy: Exploration of various energy sources (e.g., fossil fuels, renewable energy, nuclear), how energy is generated from different sources, environmental impacts of different energy sources
  • Renewable energy sources: Introduction to renewable energy sources (e.g., solar, wind, hydro, geothermal), how renewable energy systems work, advantages and challenges of renewable energy
  • Energy conservation and efficiency: Understanding the importance of energy conservation, practical tips for saving energy at home and school, energy-efficient technologies and practices
  • Introduction to clean energy: Understanding the concept of clean energy, differentiating clean energy from fossil fuels
  • Clean energy innovations: Innovations in clean energy technology, solar roadways and smart grids
  • Environmental impact of fossil fuels: Understanding the environmental impact of fossil fuel use, air and water pollution caused by fossil fuels

Sustainable Cities and Communities

  • Sustainable transportation and green infrastructure: Introduction to sustainable transportation, the role of electric and hybrid vehicles, bicycles as a sustainable mode of transportation, sustainable urban planning and green infrastructure
  • Characteristics of sustainable cities: Green infrastructure, urban farming, efficient public transportation, operations on renewable energy sources, waste management
  • Universal access to safe, inclusive, and accessible green and public spaces

Responsible Consumption and Production

  • The three r's: reduce, reuse, recycle: Importance of three r's of responsible consumption, strategies to reduce waste and consumption, creative ways to reuse items, introduction to recycling and waste separation
  • Responsible consumption of water and energy: Importance of conserving water and energy, practical tips for saving water and electricity, energy-efficient appliances and lighting
  • Responsible consumption of water and energy: Importance of conserving water and energy, practical tips for saving water and electricity, energy-efficient appliances and lighting

Climate Action

  • Introduction to climate change: Understanding the concept of climate change, differentiating between climate and weather, causes and effects of climate change
  • The carbon cycle: Understanding the carbon cycle, how humans disrupt the carbon cycle
  • Earth's climate systems: Introduction to earth's climate systems, the role of the atmosphere and oceans in climate regulation
  • The greenhouse effect: Explaining the greenhouse effect, how it affects the earth's temperature

Life Below Water

  • Conservation of marine life: Exploring marine protected areas and marine sanctuaries, importance of marine conservation for biodiversity
  • Threats to marine ecosystems: Identifying human activities that harm marine ecosystems (e.g., overfishing, pollution, habitat destruction), discussing the impact of climate change on oceans
  • Marine pollution and plastic waste: Sources and types of marine pollution (e.g., plastic waste, oil spills), impact of pollution on marine life and ecosystems, solutions and cleanup efforts

Life On Land

  • Introduction to terrestrial ecosystems: Understanding terrestrial ecosystems (e.g., forests, grasslands, deserts), importance of land-based environments
  • Endangered species and conservation: Introduction to endangered species, conservation efforts to protect endangered species
  • Major threats to terrestrial ecosystems: Habitat destruction and fragmentation, deforestation, overexploitation, pollution, agriculture practices, etc.

Food Security and Agriculture

  • Food choices and sustainability: The impact of food choices on the environment, reducing food waste at home and school, sustainable farming practices (e.g., organic, local), composting and its benefits
  • Climate change and food security: How climate change affects food production and agriculture, strategies for adapting to changing climates in agriculture

Please check marking scheme and the pattern of the question paper by visiting Class 8 Green Warrior Olympiad Sample Paper page.

International Green Warrior Olympiad Syllabus for Class 9

Clean Water and Sanitation

  • Water sources and quality: Sources of clean water (e.g., rivers, lakes, groundwater), water quality testing and monitoring, role of water treatment plants in ensuring safe drinking water
  • Sanitation and hygiene: Importance of proper sanitation and hygiene practices, safe disposal of waste and human excreta, role of handwashing in disease prevention
  • Waterborne diseases: Common waterborne diseases (e.g., cholera, diarrhoea), how waterborne diseases spread and impact public health, prevention through clean water and sanitation practices
  • Water conservation and efficiency: The water cycle and its importance, strategies for water conservation at home and in communities, technologies for efficient water use (e.g., low-flow fixtures)
  • Emerging technologies for clean water: Introduction to innovative water purification technologies, solar water purifiers, filtration systems, and water-purifying plants
  • Water and the environment: Impact of water pollution on ecosystems and biodiversity, case studies on polluted rivers and oceans, the role of communities in protecting water sources
  • Water pollution and treatment: Sources and types of water pollution (e.g., industrial, agricultural), effects of pollution on aquatic ecosystems and human health, wastewater treatment processes and their importance

Affordable and Clean Energy

  • Affordable and clean energy: Differentiating between clean and fossil fuel-based energy sources
  • Fossil fuels and their consequences: Understanding the environmental impact of fossil fuel use (coal, oil, natural gas), air and water pollution caused by fossil fuels, the role of carbon emissions in climate change
  • Alternative energy sources: Solar, wind, hydropower, geothermal, hydro, tidal, wave, biofuel etc., sources of low-carbon energy, advantages of using renewable energy in a domestic setting (solar power, geothermal heat pumps, small wind systems)
  • Energy conservation and efficiency: Ways to conserve energy in daily life, benefits of conservation of energy. improving energy efficiency in homes, buildings, and industries can significantly reduce energy consumption. energy-efficient appliances, led lighting, and well-insulated buildings are examples of ways to achieve this.

Sustainable Cities and Communities

  • Sustainable water management: Introduction to sustainable water management, rainwater harvesting and greywater recycling, water reuse and recycling practices
  • Sustainable waste management: Encourage waste reduction, reuse of materials, and recycling to minimize waste generation
  • Environmental sustainability: Preserve green spaces, parks, and natural habitats to support biodiversity
  • Effects of urbanisation and sustainable urbanisation

Responsible Consumption and Production

  • Responsible technology consumption: The environmental and social consequences of electronics consumption, e-waste management and responsible disposal, strategies for extending the lifespan of electronic devices
  • The 5 r's: Reduce, reuse, recycle, repurpose, and refuse
  • Reducing energy consumption in daily life, The role of energy-efficient appliances
  • Making sustainable purchasing decisions

Climate Action

  • Introduction to climate change: Definition of climate change and global warming, evidence of climate change (e.g., temperature records, ice melt, sea-level rise)
  • Greenhouse effect and global warming: Understanding the greenhouse effect, role of greenhouse gases (e.g., carbon dioxide, methane), link between human activities and increased greenhouse gas concentrations
  • Impacts of climate change: Effects on weather patterns and extreme events, economic and social consequences of climate change, examples of climate change impacts
  • Mitigation and adaptation strategies: Reducing greenhouse gas emissions (mitigation), strategies for energy efficiency and renewable energy, climate adaptation measures and resilience building
  • Climate change solutions at the individual level: Sustainable lifestyle choices, reducing carbon footprint in daily life

Life Below Water

  • Preserving life below water: Reduce marine pollution, protect and restore ecosystems, reduce ocean acidification, practice sustainable fishing, conserve coastal and marine areas etc.
  • Sustainable fisheries and aquaculture: Sustainable fishing practices, responsible aquaculture and fish farming, overfishing and bycatch
  • Threats to life underwater: Addressing threats like climate change, debris, dead zones, toxic spills, overfishing, shoreline development, coastal erosion, ocean acidification

Life On Land

  • Protect, restore, and promote the sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems: Managing forests sustainably, combating desertification, restoring degraded land and soil, halting biodiversity loss, protecting threatened species
  • Forest ecosystems and their importance: Introduction to forest ecosystems (temperate, tropical, boreal), role of forests in carbon storage and climate regulation, deforestation and its impacts

Food Security and Agriculture

  • Food choices and sustainable eating: The environmental impact of food choices, sustainable diets and the benefits of local, seasonal foods, reducing food waste and practicing mindful eating
  • Food waste reduction: The global problem of food waste, strategies for reducing food waste
  • Sustainable agriculture and land use: Sustainable farming practices (e.g., organic, agroecology), role of regenerative agriculture in soil health, urban agriculture and community gardens
  • Promoting farming systems that use climate-smart techniques and produce a diverse mix of foods
  • Improving supply chains to reduce post-harvest food losses
  • Implementing resilient agricultural practices that increase productivity and production

Please check marking scheme and the pattern of the question paper by visiting Class 9 Green Warrior Olympiad Sample Paper page.

International Green Warrior Olympiad Syllabus for Class 10

Clean Water and Sanitation

  • Water sources and quality: Sources of clean water (e.g., rivers, lakes, groundwater), water quality testing and monitoring, role of water treatment plants in ensuring safe drinking water
  • Sanitation and hygiene: Importance of proper sanitation and hygiene practices, safe disposal of waste and human excreta, role of handwashing in disease prevention
  • Waterborne diseases: Common waterborne diseases (e.g., cholera, diarrhoea), how waterborne diseases spread and impact public health, prevention through clean water and sanitation practices
  • Water conservation and efficiency: The water cycle and its importance, strategies for water conservation at home and in communities, technologies for efficient water use (e.g., low-flow fixtures)
  • Emerging technologies for clean water: Introduction to innovative water purification technologies, solar water purifiers, filtration systems, and water-purifying plants
  • Water and the environment: Impact of water pollution on ecosystems and biodiversity, case studies on polluted rivers and oceans, the role of communities in protecting water sources
  • Water pollution and treatment: Sources and types of water pollution (e.g., industrial, agricultural), effects of pollution on aquatic ecosystems and human health, wastewater treatment processes and their importance

Affordable and Clean Energy

  • Affordable and clean energy: Differentiating between clean and fossil fuel-based energy sources
  • Fossil fuels and their consequences: Understanding the environmental impact of fossil fuel use (coal, oil, natural gas), air and water pollution caused by fossil fuels, the role of carbon emissions in climate change
  • Alternative energy sources: Solar, wind, hydropower, geothermal, hydro, tidal, wave, biofuel etc., sources of low-carbon energy, advantages of using renewable energy in a domestic setting (solar power, geothermal heat pumps, small wind systems)
  • Energy conservation and efficiency: Ways to conserve energy in daily life, benefits of conservation of energy. improving energy efficiency in homes, buildings, and industries can significantly reduce energy consumption. energy-efficient appliances, led lighting, and well-insulated buildings are examples of ways to achieve this.

Sustainable Cities and Communities

  • Sustainable water management: Introduction to sustainable water management, rainwater harvesting and greywater recycling, water reuse and recycling practices
  • Sustainable waste management: Encourage waste reduction, reuse of materials, and recycling to minimize waste generation
  • Environmental sustainability: Preserve green spaces, parks, and natural habitats to support biodiversity
  • Effects of urbanisation and sustainable urbanisation

Responsible Consumption and Production

  • Responsible technology consumption: The environmental and social consequences of electronics consumption, e-waste management and responsible disposal, strategies for extending the lifespan of electronic devices
  • The 5 r's: Reduce, reuse, recycle, repurpose, and refuse
  • Reducing energy consumption in daily life, The role of energy-efficient appliances
  • Making sustainable purchasing decisions

Climate Action

  • Introduction to climate change: Definition of climate change and global warming, evidence of climate change (e.g., temperature records, ice melt, sea-level rise)
  • Greenhouse effect and global warming: Understanding the greenhouse effect, role of greenhouse gases (e.g., carbon dioxide, methane), link between human activities and increased greenhouse gas concentrations
  • Impacts of climate change: Effects on weather patterns and extreme events, economic and social consequences of climate change, examples of climate change impacts
  • Mitigation and adaptation strategies: Reducing greenhouse gas emissions (mitigation), strategies for energy efficiency and renewable energy, climate adaptation measures and resilience building
  • Climate change solutions at the individual level: Sustainable lifestyle choices, reducing carbon footprint in daily life

Life Below Water

  • Preserving life below water: Reduce marine pollution, protect and restore ecosystems, reduce ocean acidification, practice sustainable fishing, conserve coastal and marine areas etc.
  • Sustainable fisheries and aquaculture: Sustainable fishing practices, responsible aquaculture and fish farming, overfishing and bycatch
  • Threats to life underwater: Addressing threats like climate change, debris, dead zones, toxic spills, overfishing, shoreline development, coastal erosion, ocean acidification

Life On Land

  • Protect, restore, and promote the sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems: Managing forests sustainably, combating desertification, restoring degraded land and soil, halting biodiversity loss, protecting threatened species
  • Forest ecosystems and their importance: Introduction to forest ecosystems (temperate, tropical, boreal), role of forests in carbon storage and climate regulation, deforestation and its impacts

Food Security and Agriculture

  • Food choices and sustainable eating: The environmental impact of food choices, sustainable diets and the benefits of local, seasonal foods, reducing food waste and practicing mindful eating
  • Food waste reduction: The global problem of food waste, strategies for reducing food waste
  • Sustainable agriculture and land use: Sustainable farming practices (e.g., organic, agroecology), role of regenerative agriculture in soil health, urban agriculture and community gardens
  • Promoting farming systems that use climate-smart techniques and produce a diverse mix of foods
  • Improving supply chains to reduce post-harvest food losses
  • Implementing resilient agricultural practices that increase productivity and production

Please check marking scheme and the pattern of the question paper by visiting Class 9 Green Warrior Olympiad Sample Paper page.

International Green Warrior Olympiad Syllabus for Class 11

Clean Water and Sanitation

  • Water sources and quality: Sources of clean water (e.g., rivers, lakes, groundwater), water quality testing and monitoring, role of water treatment plants in ensuring safe drinking water
  • Sanitation and hygiene: Importance of proper sanitation and hygiene practices, safe disposal of waste and human excreta, role of handwashing in disease prevention
  • Waterborne diseases: Common waterborne diseases (e.g., cholera, diarrhoea), how waterborne diseases spread and impact public health, prevention through clean water and sanitation practices
  • Water conservation and efficiency: The water cycle and its importance, strategies for water conservation at home and in communities, technologies for efficient water use (e.g., low-flow fixtures)
  • Emerging technologies for clean water: Introduction to innovative water purification technologies, solar water purifiers, filtration systems, and water-purifying plants
  • Water and the environment: Impact of water pollution on ecosystems and biodiversity, case studies on polluted rivers and oceans, the role of communities in protecting water sources
  • Water pollution and treatment: Sources and types of water pollution (e.g., industrial, agricultural), effects of pollution on aquatic ecosystems and human health, wastewater treatment processes and their importance

Affordable and Clean Energy

  • Affordable and clean energy: Differentiating between clean and fossil fuel-based energy sources
  • Fossil fuels and their consequences: Understanding the environmental impact of fossil fuel use (coal, oil, natural gas), air and water pollution caused by fossil fuels, the role of carbon emissions in climate change
  • Alternative energy sources: Solar, wind, hydropower, geothermal, hydro, tidal, wave, biofuel etc., sources of low-carbon energy, advantages of using renewable energy in a domestic setting (solar power, geothermal heat pumps, small wind systems)
  • Energy conservation and efficiency: Ways to conserve energy in daily life, benefits of conservation of energy. improving energy efficiency in homes, buildings, and industries can significantly reduce energy consumption. energy-efficient appliances, led lighting, and well-insulated buildings are examples of ways to achieve this.

Sustainable Cities and Communities

  • Sustainable water management: Introduction to sustainable water management, rainwater harvesting and greywater recycling, water reuse and recycling practices
  • Sustainable waste management: Encourage waste reduction, reuse of materials, and recycling to minimize waste generation
  • Environmental sustainability: Preserve green spaces, parks, and natural habitats to support biodiversity
  • Effects of urbanisation and sustainable urbanisation

Responsible Consumption and Production

  • Responsible technology consumption: The environmental and social consequences of electronics consumption, e-waste management and responsible disposal, strategies for extending the lifespan of electronic devices
  • The 5 r's: Reduce, reuse, recycle, repurpose, and refuse
  • Reducing energy consumption in daily life, The role of energy-efficient appliances
  • Making sustainable purchasing decisions

Climate Action

  • Introduction to climate change: Definition of climate change and global warming, evidence of climate change (e.g., temperature records, ice melt, sea-level rise)
  • Greenhouse effect and global warming: Understanding the greenhouse effect, role of greenhouse gases (e.g., carbon dioxide, methane), link between human activities and increased greenhouse gas concentrations
  • Impacts of climate change: Effects on weather patterns and extreme events, economic and social consequences of climate change, examples of climate change impacts
  • Mitigation and adaptation strategies: Reducing greenhouse gas emissions (mitigation), strategies for energy efficiency and renewable energy, climate adaptation measures and resilience building
  • Climate change solutions at the individual level: Sustainable lifestyle choices, reducing carbon footprint in daily life

Life Below Water

  • Preserving life below water: Reduce marine pollution, protect and restore ecosystems, reduce ocean acidification, practice sustainable fishing, conserve coastal and marine areas etc.
  • Sustainable fisheries and aquaculture: Sustainable fishing practices, responsible aquaculture and fish farming, overfishing and bycatch
  • Threats to life underwater: Addressing threats like climate change, debris, dead zones, toxic spills, overfishing, shoreline development, coastal erosion, ocean acidification

Life On Land

  • Protect, restore, and promote the sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems: Managing forests sustainably, combating desertification, restoring degraded land and soil, halting biodiversity loss, protecting threatened species
  • Forest ecosystems and their importance: Introduction to forest ecosystems (temperate, tropical, boreal), role of forests in carbon storage and climate regulation, deforestation and its impacts

Food Security and Agriculture

  • Food choices and sustainable eating: The environmental impact of food choices, sustainable diets and the benefits of local, seasonal foods, reducing food waste and practicing mindful eating
  • Food waste reduction: The global problem of food waste, strategies for reducing food waste
  • Sustainable agriculture and land use: Sustainable farming practices (e.g., organic, agroecology), role of regenerative agriculture in soil health, urban agriculture and community gardens
  • Promoting farming systems that use climate-smart techniques and produce a diverse mix of foods
  • Improving supply chains to reduce post-harvest food losses
  • Implementing resilient agricultural practices that increase productivity and production

Please check marking scheme and the pattern of the question paper by visiting Class 9 Green Warrior Olympiad Sample Paper page.

International Green Warrior Olympiad Syllabus for Class 12

Clean Water and Sanitation

  • Water sources and quality: Sources of clean water (e.g., rivers, lakes, groundwater), water quality testing and monitoring, role of water treatment plants in ensuring safe drinking water
  • Sanitation and hygiene: Importance of proper sanitation and hygiene practices, safe disposal of waste and human excreta, role of handwashing in disease prevention
  • Waterborne diseases: Common waterborne diseases (e.g., cholera, diarrhoea), how waterborne diseases spread and impact public health, prevention through clean water and sanitation practices
  • Water conservation and efficiency: The water cycle and its importance, strategies for water conservation at home and in communities, technologies for efficient water use (e.g., low-flow fixtures)
  • Emerging technologies for clean water: Introduction to innovative water purification technologies, solar water purifiers, filtration systems, and water-purifying plants
  • Water and the environment: Impact of water pollution on ecosystems and biodiversity, case studies on polluted rivers and oceans, the role of communities in protecting water sources
  • Water pollution and treatment: Sources and types of water pollution (e.g., industrial, agricultural), effects of pollution on aquatic ecosystems and human health, wastewater treatment processes and their importance

Affordable and Clean Energy

  • Affordable and clean energy: Differentiating between clean and fossil fuel-based energy sources
  • Fossil fuels and their consequences: Understanding the environmental impact of fossil fuel use (coal, oil, natural gas), air and water pollution caused by fossil fuels, the role of carbon emissions in climate change
  • Alternative energy sources: Solar, wind, hydropower, geothermal, hydro, tidal, wave, biofuel etc., sources of low-carbon energy, advantages of using renewable energy in a domestic setting (solar power, geothermal heat pumps, small wind systems)
  • Energy conservation and efficiency: Ways to conserve energy in daily life, benefits of conservation of energy. improving energy efficiency in homes, buildings, and industries can significantly reduce energy consumption. energy-efficient appliances, led lighting, and well-insulated buildings are examples of ways to achieve this.

Sustainable Cities and Communities

  • Sustainable water management: Introduction to sustainable water management, rainwater harvesting and greywater recycling, water reuse and recycling practices
  • Sustainable waste management: Encourage waste reduction, reuse of materials, and recycling to minimize waste generation
  • Environmental sustainability: Preserve green spaces, parks, and natural habitats to support biodiversity
  • Effects of urbanisation and sustainable urbanisation

Responsible Consumption and Production

  • Responsible technology consumption: The environmental and social consequences of electronics consumption, e-waste management and responsible disposal, strategies for extending the lifespan of electronic devices
  • The 5 r's: Reduce, reuse, recycle, repurpose, and refuse
  • Reducing energy consumption in daily life, The role of energy-efficient appliances
  • Making sustainable purchasing decisions

Climate Action

  • Introduction to climate change: Definition of climate change and global warming, evidence of climate change (e.g., temperature records, ice melt, sea-level rise)
  • Greenhouse effect and global warming: Understanding the greenhouse effect, role of greenhouse gases (e.g., carbon dioxide, methane), link between human activities and increased greenhouse gas concentrations
  • Impacts of climate change: Effects on weather patterns and extreme events, economic and social consequences of climate change, examples of climate change impacts
  • Mitigation and adaptation strategies: Reducing greenhouse gas emissions (mitigation), strategies for energy efficiency and renewable energy, climate adaptation measures and resilience building
  • Climate change solutions at the individual level: Sustainable lifestyle choices, reducing carbon footprint in daily life

Life Below Water

  • Preserving life below water: Reduce marine pollution, protect and restore ecosystems, reduce ocean acidification, practice sustainable fishing, conserve coastal and marine areas etc.
  • Sustainable fisheries and aquaculture: Sustainable fishing practices, responsible aquaculture and fish farming, overfishing and bycatch
  • Threats to life underwater: Addressing threats like climate change, debris, dead zones, toxic spills, overfishing, shoreline development, coastal erosion, ocean acidification

Life On Land

  • Protect, restore, and promote the sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems: Managing forests sustainably, combating desertification, restoring degraded land and soil, halting biodiversity loss, protecting threatened species
  • Forest ecosystems and their importance: Introduction to forest ecosystems (temperate, tropical, boreal), role of forests in carbon storage and climate regulation, deforestation and its impacts

Food Security and Agriculture

  • Food choices and sustainable eating: The environmental impact of food choices, sustainable diets and the benefits of local, seasonal foods, reducing food waste and practicing mindful eating
  • Food waste reduction: The global problem of food waste, strategies for reducing food waste
  • Sustainable agriculture and land use: Sustainable farming practices (e.g., organic, agroecology), role of regenerative agriculture in soil health, urban agriculture and community gardens
  • Promoting farming systems that use climate-smart techniques and produce a diverse mix of foods
  • Improving supply chains to reduce post-harvest food losses
  • Implementing resilient agricultural practices that increase productivity and production

Please check marking scheme and the pattern of the question paper by visiting Class 9 Green Warrior Olympiad Sample Paper page.

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