Impact Reaserch

Planet Home is an eye-opening adventure around the world exploring the harmful impact of climate change, the greenhouse effect and over-consumption on our planet.  It also explains how recycling, water conservation and energy efficiency can help humankind live in harmony with our one and only Planet Earth.

 

LCE program provide educators with an interactive resource based on reliable research and effective practices. 

 

The results below are based on screenings to approximately 250,000 7th grade students executed in Israel, Mexico and USA where Planet Home has been incorporated in student curriculum. The program shows a significant change in the students’ stands regarding environment

How important is environmental protection to our nation’s priorities?

-29%

After the show, the students change their opinion about the importance of the environmental protection to our nation's priorities. 29% of those who expressed a negative opinion have changed their stand in this issue.

 Do You / Will you throw plastic bottles in 

designated collection containers?

-52%

52% of those who said they do not throw plastic bottle in designate collection container, change their intention after the show toward a more pro-environmental responsible behavior.

Student Rankings:  The program was accepted very well and highly praised. 74% said that it improves their awareness level. The program educates, inspires and motivates to be more consciences regarding your environment.

Testimonials

 

Students say:

 

“Now, I am more aware of the environment protection issues”

 

“I have learned the global perspective, not only my immediate home surroundings”

 

“It was different form a lecture or a regular movie, it was an interesting way of learning”

 

 “I would recommend it to my family to see it, we can all learn”

 

Teachers Say:

 

"They need to think and it is competitive… it is what they need for learning… interactive features fits the student desire to be active.""It is an excellent, amazing and attractive program."