6. Green Vision


Vision outlines is what the organization/school wants to be, or how it wants the world in which it operates to be (an "idealized" view of the world). 

  • Mission defines the fundamental purpose of an organization, succinctly describing why it exists and what it does to achieve its vision.

  • Values are beliefs that are shared among the stakeholders of the organization .

  •  Strategy, narrowly defined, means "the art of the general".

Each school produces its own vision statement, setting out what the students and/or school community is striving to achieve. The Environmental Vision Statement or is displayed in various places within the school and is recognized by the students and other school community members as a statement of beliefs and intents. This statement is often in the words of students, and can be an inspiring classroom, art, or school-wide assembly project. 



           " A vision without Action is called a daydream;but then  again action                                                                                                   without a vision is called nightmare . "

                                  - Jim Sorensen ( 1967-), NCAA II 1500 Champion -



                                

Example: “Our School wishes to promote environmental responsibility within the school community. Our School is committed to implementing practices consistent with sustainable living. Conservation of resources, waste reduction, recycling and increased reliance on renewable energy will remain a focus for the school and our students”.



The development of the Green Code is also very important step of this methodology. The Green Code, in a clear and illustrative manner, reflects your school's commitment to improve the working and learning conditions. The Green Code is a rule-book and it should represent the common attitude of all project participants.




Green code it has to be a public document for all. To get ideas from all the eco board can open e face book address where all the pupils of the school can take part on an open debate and discussion.

The Green Code should be displayed at the school notice board, or at any other visible place. It is also recommended to have a copy of the Green Code in each classroom.

An example of eco-code is following: