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The Need

Almost all teenage students see tackling climate change and the preservation of the natural world as the defining issue of our time. Yet few are taught sustainability at school and there is no mainstream media aimed at them to give a clear, accurate and balanced understanding of the issues.

The Solution

Itza has partnered with WWF in an exclusive three-year initiative to teach young people (aged 10-16) around the world about the climate crisis. Our learning platform will be used by teens, in class and at home, to ensure they learn the truth about the climate crisis, see there is hope in addressing its consequences, and become empowered to take action.

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Wild Wisdom Global Challenge 2022


An online global schools competition encouraging young people to learn about the natural world and the importance of biodiversity. This year's Challenge will focus on Big Cat species and the integral role they play within their ecosystems. Teachers can integrate the challenge into a lesson or set as an independent project. 

Students will be able to

  • determine their own learning pathways

  • explore interactive content

  • watch short films

  • test what they’ve learnt in daily quizzes

  • earn badges

  • climb the leaderboard

  • HAVE FUN!

The resource is free to students and schools worldwide and will be delivered across all devices from 10th - 21st October 2022. One teacher per school can register from 1st September here on the Teacher Portal and give the school code to students to sign up on itza.io.

WWGC 2021 feedback

Next steps for schools

From 1st Sept

School registration opens here - Teacher registers school

From 15th Sept

Student registers with school code on itza.io

10th-21st Oct

Challenge ACTIVE on itza.io

December

International Final for six top schools