Two significant indices that measure a country's development are related to science and education. To address the people's peculiar needs as developing nations, which include the aspiration to develop and the desire to compete in a competitive global village, a scientific education that addresses the specific needs of the people has to be in place. Every nation must create and maintain a scientifically educated culture to become developed or sustain its development. In the light of developing economies, they need to establish a program that addresses literacy efficiency in the technical labor force and world aware citizenry. This paper examines how the scientific but people-oriented education, EarthSpace educational system, and EarthSpace, climate change and the renewable energy education initiative may impact sustainable development in the states of its deployment.