The Energy and Resources Institute and Tata Steel Foundation have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to collaborate on implementing the latest stage of The Green School Project which aims to create awareness about environment conservation in the school network. TERI and TSF will collaborate on The Green School Project Phase V which aims to educate and empower young minds in the age group of 12-14 years on water, energy, forest and biodiversity, and waste management interlinking with climate change to undertake awareness and action projects at school and community levels to develop solutions enabling the creation of a sustainable environment.As part of the Phase V of The Green School Project, a distinct pedagogy will be designed, tested and replicated through project interventions for different categories of schools. In this phase, students will also be motivated to volunteer for students’ social responsibility by promoting their engagement with schools in the neighbourhood and beyond.The Green School Project was launched in 2017 by TSF and TERI to works towards creating awareness about environment conservation in schools through curriculum linkages, action projects, and capacity-building activities.Tata Steel Foundation is Corporate Social Responsibility implementation arm of Tata Steel Limited. TSF is engaged in enabling significant societal advancement through projects within the broad thematic areas of education, energy, health, social justice, environment, skill development, sustainable livelihoods, urban development, and community sports. It believes in the role of citizens towards its vision of an enlightened and equitable society, and partners with likeminded individuals and organizations to unlock greater participation in development.The Energy and Resources Institute is an independent, multi-dimensional research organization, with capabilities in policy research, technology development, and implementation.