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The Environmental Campaign Committee, the Environmental Protection Department and the Education Bureau have jointly organised the Student Environmental Protection Ambassador Scheme (SEPAS) for students of primary and secondary schools since 1995. The scheme aims to develop in students a sense of responsibility towards the environment, to nurture leadership among students and encourage them to take positive initiatives in improving the environment through the provision of a series of diversified environmental training activities.

Students who have satisfactorily completed the respective training would be awarded environmental badges and certificates. They are also encouraged to participate or assist in organising environmental activities at schools to help promote green messages among students.

Environmental Badge Training

The Environmental Campaign Committee organises Basic Environmental Badge (BEB) seminars for Student Environmental Protection Ambassadors (SEPAs). The seminars cover mainly four areas, namely (i) environmental policy and initiatives of the HKSAR Government; (ii) local and global environmental issues; (iii) interrelationship between human beings and the environment; and (iv) approaches for citizens to protect the environment. SEPAs may also participate in various types of field visits to enhance their knowledge acquired from the seminars.

Specific Environmental Badge Workshop cum field trips are also organised for SEPAs who have obtained BEBs. They aim to provide them with in-depth knowledge on specific environmental topics, such as waste management and biodiversity and to enable them to practise what they have learnt by taking positive initiatives in protecting the environment.

Types of BEB Field Visits

Field visits are optional activities for the SEPAs with an aim to enhance their knowledge acquired from the BEB seminars. The main types of field visits include-