The project follows a year long structured methodology for rolling out the programme in each city.

Over the years, the project has evolved to be one of the most intensive ESD programmes utilizing ICT (Information and Communication Technology) and web repository for reaching out to millions of people in the country. While online platform is utilised to its core, on ground activities has always been an integral part of Climate EduXchange. The project has designed interventions that go beyond the class room teaching methods, and involve students to take actions locally.

Exposure visits to places of Environment relevance is something that students look forward to. Over the years it has proven a fact that 'seeing is believing'. Competition both online and on ground is another way by which we inculcate a sense of inquisitiveness amongst the students and helps build a context on the said issue.

Since phase 4, the project is reaching out to schools of all the sections of society. In this scenario, the role of the most privileged schools becomes critical because they are trained to strengthen the capacities of other schools. In order to have all the schools on a common platform, Saarthi: A School Mentorship Programme is initiated this year. The programme will encourage the more empowered schools to mentor the lesser privileged schools on the grounds of spreading awareness on the issues of Climate Change and related topics and encourage usage of ICT tools within the campus.