“As a secretary general united nation I’ve been traveling many countries and I’ve been meeting many different people, I have been visiting many different places and many schools but this is the most unique and impressive school I have ever visited.”
On Thursday 28 August 2014, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and Mrs. Ban visited Green School to tour the school, engage with students, and witness the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on “Green schools for sustainable development” between the government of Indonesia, United Nations REDD+ and Green School.
Recognising the alarming threat that climate change poses to development and the betterment of living conditions of the poorest, the Secretary-General noted that, decisions makers have ‘tough choices to make’. He ensured the students that,
“Tomorrow you are going to be the leaders. Today we are working very hard to make this world of tomorrow much better for all the people.”
2020年欧冠联赛赛程Heru Prasetyo, Head of the Indonesian National REDD+ Agency (BP REDD+), commented that “Green School is an outstanding proof of concept. The next step is to achieve proof of scale. By 2017, we aim to have one million ‘green youth ambassadors’ in Indonesia”. Supporting Green Schools and strengthening environmentally sensitive school curricula, is one of the ten imperative actions of the National REDD+ Agency in 2014.