International Green Science Academy Network

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The first World Green Science Day

What is IGSAN?

Our network is a unique community of Universities, Academies, and Research Centers located across the globe. We support each other and collaborate to provide the exchange of knowledge, the diffusion of information, green science popularization, biodiversity conservation, and green development.

We offer opportunities to connect, share, and provide meaningful and pragmatic development of Green Science.

We work with partner organizations to build broader collaboration and projects across the Globe.

Every year, on December 9th, we will celebrate World Green Science Day (WGSD) to raise awareness of the role of Science in sustainable societies. The 2022 WGSD theme was “Green Science for and with Society.” The organizers had attempted to support crucial international scientific collaborations and bring several topics in science, climate, biodiversity, economy, food security, people’s well-being, and health closer to society. This celebration was one of a series that reached out to schools, universities, the general public, and the private sector, among other groups. The goal was to improve the overall knowledge, skills, and resilience related to people’s engagement in climate change action, biodiversity protection, and green development through Science and Technology. During the celebration of the WGSD, the link between two of the major projects the South-South Biodiversity Science Project (SSBSP) and the Science Culture Construction (SCC) were explained. Finally, the International Green Science Academy Network (IGSAN) was launched.  


The International Green Science Academy Network (IGSAN) mission is to empower individuals, especially youth, to lead in the response to biodiversity protection, green development, and environmental challenges facing the globe. By establishing partnerships, we develop, implement and oversee educational programs and workshops that promote environmentally sustainable behaviors among all age groups, with a particular emphasis on University students. IGSAN is the result of the collaboration between different academic institutions across the globe. IGSAN is an initiative of the Green Science Project (GSP) and the South-South Biodiversity Science Project (SSBSP) to promote biodiversity conservation and green development across the globe.

Current Projects

  1. Play for the planet

 There are three important reasons to execute this project:

– First, it is necessary to involve young people in climate change action understanding in a simple way concepts and ideas about Green Science, Green Development, Sustainability, and the importance of protecting the planet from pollution. 

– Second, we think that a good alternative to engaging young students in green science is to utilize games as children like them. 

– Third, using the game in different countries and schools can help us to compare data and report the results as a research project.  


– Promote the Science Culture Construction.

– Incentivize the understanding of climate change, biodiversity conservation, and green development in young students in primary, middle, and high schools.

– Assess the effect of the educational game on young students of different countries where the game is implemented.

– Publish a research paper showing the results of this implementation, comparing and contrasting results among different countries.

– Engage young students in climate change action, biodiversity conservation, and green development.

– Distribute the game among the Universities that form part of the International Green Science Academy Network (IGSAN)

  1. 2 The International Green Science Center

There are three important reasons to execute this project. 

– First, this type of academic knowledge exchange in the Green Science and Sustainable Development areas can promote friendship, communication, and collaboration between scientists, researchers, academicians, professors, institutions, and people involved in those areas.

 – Second, developing countries require to achieve scientific and technological advancement. This can be possible by creating a physical infrastructure that can serve to gather the experts involved in academia, research, education, and society in general into the Green Science and Sustainable Development areas.

– Third, several developing countries are the most biodiverse regions in the world. According to the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), around sixty percent of global terrestrial life, and diverse freshwater and marine species, can be found for example within several developing countries. Therefore creating a center there can be meaningful to gathering researchers from different countries, ideas, collaboration, and the interest of the academic community and society, in general, to contribute to the protection of our nature and to promote the Agenda 2030 of the United Nations and the Sustainable Development Goals.


  • Promote the Science Culture Construction across developing countries.
  • Serve as a bridge for the exchange of knowledge and information in the green science field.
  • Promote the communication of researchers, academicians, professors, and students that are members of the International Green Science Academy Network (IGSAN) and from other research, academic and educational organizations around the globe.
  • Carry on international projects related to Green Science and biodiversity conservation.
  • Join experts in the field of green science, biodiversity conservation, and green development from different parts of the world.
  • Create a team of experts that are part of the International Green Science Academy Network (IGSAN) that can serve as consultants for the projects of the center.
  1. Sustainable University competition

There are three important reasons to execute this project:

– The first reason is that real actions to engage people in environmental protection are sometimes difficult to follow and adopt, because of a series of reasons such as financial, technological, and even political or simply misinformation.

– Second, promoting healthy competition among university students is one way to promote the development of different capabilities in them, and foster critical and scientific thinking as well as innovation.

– Third, future actions to protect the planet using science and technology it is in the hands of the youth. Therefore, launching this competition focused on science and technology and theme of is an excellent opportunity to challenge them and promote the scientific spirit in young generations. 


– Promote the Science Culture Construction.

– Engage society into action for the fulfillment of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

– Expand the influence of the organizations and actions in favor of biodiversity conservation, green development, and sustainability among the youth.

– Select the best three teams of the competition and provide them with an award and media coverage in our networks plus international exposure.

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International Green Science Academy Network

Moving towards a nature positive world

Science Literacy for Sustainable Development