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8th WEEC Planet and People There are no translations available. The 8th WEEC Planet and People will be held in Goteborg from June 29th to July 2nd 2015. The host for this conference will be the Centre for Environment and Sustainability, GMV. For more information visit: weec2015.org.
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Morocco 2013 The Seventh World Environmental Education Congress will be held in Marrakech (Morocco) from 9 to 14 June 2013. Focus of the Congress: the rural-urban relationship. Click here to read more

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European Days on Environmental Education

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In Italy, Bergamo, the next European Days on Environmental Education

On the 25th and the 26th September 2014 the European Days of Environmental Education will be held in Bergamo (Italy ) which will become the "capital of Europe " for a few days.

Bergamo and the Lombardia region have a wealth of parks, botanical gardens, museums and eco-museums, educational farms etc. and a wide variety of experiences in the field of environmental education. The local "system" has been mobilized to ensure the success of the “Days” and to offer participants workshops, visits and other opportunities to meet life and experiences in   the region.

The first edition of the European meeting was held in Lyon on March 4, 2013. Knowledge sharing and networking - both between the EU member countries and the other countries of the continent - are among the goals of the event. It will also be given support to the development of environmental education policies both at national and European level.

 

The format of the meeting will range from plenary sessions to small parallel groups and activities "on the ground".

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7th WEEC Marrakech 2013

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Environmental Education in Cities and Rural Areas: Seeking Greater Harmony
Marrakech (Morocco), 9-14 June 2013

 

The 7th World Environmental Education Congress (WEEC 2013), which occurred in Marrakech from the 9th to the 14th of June 2013, has filled up with participants, meetings, ideas and even emotions sharing.
2400 participants, come from all over the World (more than 105 nationalities were there!), have shared and enjoyed together the 7th World Environmental Education Congress (WEEC 2013), for 5 days, from the 9th to the 14th of June, in the Marrakech Congresses Palace (Palais des Congrès). This record participation highlights the growing interest for the Environment and make this unique event a reference forum in the Environmental Education field. 

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The Marrakech Appeal Has Been Launched

At the end of the closing ceremony of the 7th WEEC (World Environmental Education Congress), held from 9 to 14 June in Marrakech (Morocco), an Appeal was launched to emphasise the role of environmental education and the need to activate more and more political and economic tools in this sector.
The appeal was drawn up by a selection of the more than 1,800 delegates who attended this year's lavish WEEC (ten years old this year), which was organized by the Permanent Secretariat of the WEEC Network (chaired by Mario Salomone) in collaboration with the Mohammed VI Foundation for the Environment, the local organizing Committee.
A comprehensive document assessing the congress and the recommendations will soon be available.
To read the complete text of the Appeal, click here

   

WEEC Secretary General Mario Salomone's Speech Open Ceremony

Your Royal Highness,  

Today we have the great pleasure to open the 7th WEEC in Your presence and under the High Patronage of His Majesty the King of Morocco Mohammed VI.

Your Royal Highness, autorities and delegates of international, national and local institutions, dear participants coming from Morocco and from all over the World

Firts of all, I would like to thank sincerely the King of Morocco, the Mohammed VI Foundation for the protection of the environment and its President Her Royal Highness the Princess Lalla Hasnaa, the Foundation's team and all those that have contributed, here in Morocco, to the congress' organisation and to the success of this important international meeting : the people, the institutions, the Morocco's scientific community and the city of Marrakech for their generous commitment.
I would also like to thank, in particularly, UNESCO, UNEP and ISESCO, whose highest delegates are taking part in this congress.

Read more: WEEC Secretary General Mario Salomone's Speech Open Ceremony

   

The WEEC Goes in the Mail

francobollo weec2013To celebrate the Seventh World Environmental Education Congress (7th WEEC) the Moroccan Postal System has issued a commemorative stamp.

For the first time in the history of Moroccan mail, the stamp will be accompanied by an envelope printed on recycled paper, dedicated to the first date of issue.

   

7 WEEC: 2400 participants

The 7th World Environmental Education Congress (WEEC 2013), which occurred in Marrakech from the 9th to the 14th of June 2013, has filled up with participants, meetings, ideas and even emotions sharing.

2400 participants, come from all over the World (more than 150 nationalities were there!), have shared and enjoyed together the 7th World Environmental Education Congress (WEEC 2013), for 5 days, from the 9th to the 14th of June, in the Marrakech Congresses Palace (Palais des Congrès). This record participation highlights the growing interest for the Environment and make this unique event a reference forum in the Environmental Education field.  

Co-organised by the Foundation Mohammed VI for the protection of the environment an the Permanent Secretariat Of the WEEC Network, it was supported by international institutions, such as UNESCO, UNEP, ISESCO, the Federation for the Environmental Education (FEE), whose highest delegates have come to participate in the Congress’ works.

Structured in plenary sessions and thematic niches, the Congress’ works have analysed all the different aspects of the Environmental Education, showing how this is the key to abandon a development model which is at the end of its rope!

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