STEMSEL Eco Club
Science Technology Engineering Maths Social Enterprise Learning (STEMSEL) is the focus of our Club Workshops. We make this a fun, hands-on problem solving experience with Projects.
eLabtronics from Australia invented a revolutionary technology called STEMSEL to make the programming of microchips simpler, to a level primary school students can use their creativity to Design Build and Program their own micro-controller projects.
Via STEMSEL Eco Club, anyone can use their creativity to Design, Build and Programtheir own micro-controller projects.
Navigation for Land & Sea
Teaching children about Sailing is not only beneficial, but will be one of the best sustainable learning and a little preparation will help this.
On a yacht, children will learn about
The dangers & risk
How to keep kids entertained on board
Learn about nature and the unpredictable
The Green Phoenix Project
Each programme will be developed to
maximize the probability of helping out the community in
1. Making the community and area surrounding it a clean and healthy living
2. To look as waste as resources for the community either in the beautification, urban gardening, upcycling and also skills and creative development.
In executing the project the network of eco-bricks has been set up. Currently through the Malaysia Eco-Bricker Community across Malaysia and various organization, Eco-Brick projects. In ensuring the progress of the beautification project while developing the community engagemen
The sustainable development of marine eco-economic systems & Tourism
Oceans, seas and coastal areas form an integrated and essential component of the Earth’s ecosystem and are critical to sustainable development. Oceans contribute to poverty eradication by creating sustainable livelihoods and decent work. In addition, oceans are crucial for global food security and human health. They are also the primary regulator of the global climate, an important sink for greenhouse gases and they provide us with water and the oxygen we breathe. Finally, oceans host huge reservoirs of biodiversity.