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The 9th WEEC will be held in Vancouver (Canada) from 9th to 15th September 2017 The candidate for the 9th edition of the WEEC (World Environmental Education Congress) has been selected. The next Congress will be hosted in Vancouver, Canada, September 9-15 2017. The title will be Culturenvironment: Weaving new connections.
3rd Pan European Days of Environmental Education The 3rd Pan European Days of Environmental Education toward Sustainability will be held in Barcelona, Catalonia
1st and the 2nd October 2015 The deadline for registration is August 14
Present an oral communication, a poster, a proposal for a European alliance, expose materials Read more register
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The United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA-2) adopted 25 resolution

 "Investing in human capacity for sustainable development, through environmental education and training". This Is the title of one of the 25 resolution that UNEA has recently adopted.

The main objective of the resolution is to promote greater awareness and capacity amongst policy makers, future leaders and the public in addressing priority environment and sustainability issues.

The resolution requests the Executive Director: to continue to provide technical assistance through access to environmental education, training and capacity building opportunities, to promote interaction between UNEP and the higher education community; to encourage Member States and other relevant stakeholders to support the work of the UNEP to enhance environmental education and training.

To learn more download the pdf or visit the website.


Yale University: Postdoctoral Research Fellow

The Yale Program on Climate Change Communication invites applications for a full-time Postdoctoral Research Fellow to contribute to our ongoing research on climate change knowledge, risk perceptions, policy preferences, and behavior among the public, policymakers, and other key stakeholders.

The program conducts scientific surveys and experiments at the national, international, and global scales, as well as with specific communities and organizations. The program also applies this research in several communication projects that engage the public and key stakeholders in climate change science and solutions, including a national radio program broadcast daily on 230 stations across the U.S. (Yale Climate Connections).

For more information about the job specification (responsibilities and requirements) please check here.

Read more: Yale University: Postdoctoral Research Fellow


LeafLAB revolutionizes the paper industry with COCOA PAPERS and FIBERS

Every year, around 30,000 tons of cocoa beans are not valued in the right measure worldwide.

By recycling these derived products, LeafLAB - through its Think Tank - offers to cocoa beans a second life.

The American team, led by a strong sense of innovation and know-how in the field of paper processing, has revolutionized the paper industry in 2015 by launching its first packaging solutions COCOA PAPER and COCOA FIBERS. These products are derived from a specific process of fibers extraction and propose an original alternative for the bakery and confectionery industry and for packaging professionals.

At this link is available the press release presenting the new creation and HD visuals.


Union for Mediterranean (UfM) Climate Change Expert Group gathers in Paris

The COP21 triggered special momentum for tackling climate change globally. All the UfM Member States signed the Paris Agreement in New York on 22 April 2016 and they are now preparing for the COP22 in Marrakech in November 2016. As part of this preparation, the French Ministry for Environment, Energy and the Sea, and COP21 Presidency, hosted on 12 May, 2016 the 4th Union for the Mediterranean Climate Change Expert Group (UfMCCEG)  in the Oceanographic Institute of Paris.

More than 50 climate expert representatives from UfM member countries, key international organisations working in the field of climate change such as the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), as well as civil society representatives gathered  in Paris. Participants will follow up on the Paris Agreement and on the implementation of actions related to the fields of local authorities, private sector investments and capacity building. A work programme for 2016 aiming at enhancing the Mediterranean climate agenda under a regional umbrella of medium-term strategy was adopted at the end of the meeting.

Keeping the global temperature rise to below 2oC, the target set by the Paris Agreement, calls for actions that cannot only rely on nationally-determined contributions. A coordinated regional approach on Climate Action is needed to successfully achieve this target in the Mediterranean, one of the most sensitive areas in terms of the impact of climate change.


Beyond COP21 Symposium series

Target4green Educational Consultancy and Training kickstarted in January 2016 (Dubai) the project "Beyond COP21 Symposium series" which mobilizes School Communities around the world on Climate & Sustainable Development action.

It reaches 10-18 years old students and teachers globally, with the support of Eco-Schools International, Jane Goodall's Roots and Shoots and

The WEEC Permament Secretariat encourages schools, companies and organisations in taking part and investing in the series. Each one day Symposium is hosted by an Eco-school. The event consists of themed high impact presentations & debates with guest speakers on the Agenda 2030 and Climate negotiations in and beyond Paris, individual and community action, pledge making and practical activities/workshops. 

For more information please write to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and download the document here.


The North American Association for Environmental Education expands board by five members

NAAEE expands its board by five members including the first-ever chief diversity officer and vice president for Walgreen’s, a former Sierra Club president, a former mayor who consults nationally on governance strategies for cities and public service utilities, a leading Duke University educator in campus sustainability and a science-tech entrepreneur and CEO.

Read more: The North American Association for Environmental Education expands board by five members


Call for papers: Journal of Business, Peace and Sustainable Development

Greenleaf Publishing invites contributions to the Business, Peace and Sustainable Development (BPSD) Journal.

BPSD is a peer-reviewed journal that aims at understanding the role of the business sector in enhancing peace and reducing violence, and contributing to sustainable development.Corporate Peaceis an umbrella concept that contains business, social and strategic dimensions. It is the capacity of an organization to consider peace and the reduction of violence as a component in its business strategy, and the utilisation of business resources to raise awareness and enhance peace. While research has been published on business and peace and peace through commerce, BPSD is the first journal dedicated to the mutual contribution of business and peace.

To submit your paper register online. See the notes for contributors or contact the Editor for more guidelines.

Read more: Call for papers: Journal of Business, Peace and Sustainable Development


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