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Du mercredi au dimanche, au cœur du bois de Boulogne, à seulement 10 minutes de la porte Maillot, la Fondation GoodPlanet offre gratuitement aux visiteurs du
Du mercredi au dimanche, au cœur du bois de Boulogne, à seulement 10 minutes de la porte Maillot, la Fondation GoodPlanet offre gratuitement aux visiteurs du Domaine de Longchamp un espace d’expérimentation fait d’œuvres engagées, de rencontres et de partage, pour vivre l’expérience d’une écologie généreuse et placer la solidarité au cœur des consciences.
Le château de Longchamp, imposante bâtisse du XIXème siècle, accueille sur deux étages des expositions exclusives. Tandis que le parc du Domaine abrite 3,5 hectares de nature préservée, une exposition photo et plusieurs œuvres disséminées le long d’un sentier nature original à Paris. Au milieu du parc, « La Clairière » est un véritable écrin de verdure au cœur des bois où y trouver chaque weekend une offre de restauration bio et locale, des jeux de plein air pour jouer en famille, des concerts, des personnalités et associations engagées avec qui échanger.
March 17 (Tuesday) - December 13 (Sunday)
Fondation GoodPlanet - Domaine de Longchamps
1 Carrefour de Longchamp, 75016 Paris, France
Join us this Friday when we will hear from Columba Sainz, a Ecomadres and Moms Clean Air Force organizer working for
Join us this Friday when we will hear from Columba Sainz, a Ecomadres and Moms Clean Air Force organizer working for families across Arizona. Learn more about Columba here.
This will be a casual (and virtual) meet-up. There will be time to connect with others in the beginning and time to briefly share ideas on how we are taking action in our own communities at the end. Feel free to grab a cup of tea, cozy up with your kids and your pets, and join us!
Email Melissa for the meeting link.
(Friday) 9:30 am - 11:30 am
Sustainability is at the forefront of our minds. For everything we do, we look at ways
Sustainability is at the forefront of our minds. For everything we do, we look at ways we could do it more sustainably, benchmarking our performance against industry standards such as the APEX/ASTM Environmentally Sustainable Event Standards at IMEX America, helped by our sustainability consultants MeetGreen. We share as we learn, running education on sustainability at our shows, and encouraging our exhibitors and buyers to reduce the environmental impact of their show participation.
“We do our part to leave the world a better place than we found it. We are committed not only to implementing best practice in event sustainability ourselves but also to using our influence to encourage everyone in our industry to maximise their efforts.”
may 12 (Tuesday) - 14 (Thursday)
Messe Frankfurt GmbH Ludwig-Erhard-Anlage 1 60327 Frankfurt am Main Germany
Please RSVP to recieve access information for this online event: bit.ly…
Please RSVP to recieve access information for this online event: bit.ly…
How can we accelerate equitable and just climate action? In this talk we explore this question, considering what kind of system changes are needed to ensure that everyone knows how to rapidly contribute from their sphere of influence to improve our shared future with respect to climate change and intersections issues. We will share about the nature of climate science as a field, the ways in which learning can be organized, and new transformative opportunities in practice that are emerging in the field of climate justice.
Deb Morrison, Learning Scientist for UW Institute of Science and Math Education
Frank Niepold, Climate Education Coordinator for NOAA.
This event is part of the EarthLab Salon Series – A series on what it means to center equity and justice in environmental work. The 3-part quarterly public lecture and workshop series is designed to highlight expertise and leadership on this subject in the UW-wide community, especially among students, and build a foundation of shared understanding, values and language amon
(Thursday) 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
In an online meeting, panelists will discuss
In an online meeting, panelists will discuss what each of us can do to help reduce waste and pollution:
The meeting will include questions and answers from the audience.
Cost: Free and open to public
Signup Instructions: You MUST register to receive instructions on how to attend.
(Thursday) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Join us in creating shared experiences and narratives for our students.Become part of our supportive community of educators.learn more Building Community in the Virtual ClassroomWhat happens to Place Based Learning
Join us in creating shared experiences and narratives for our students.
Become part of our supportive community of educators.
Building Community in the Virtual Classroom
happens to Place Based Learning and community building when we are
sequestered from each other? How do we share the stories that provide
understanding of ourselves and our communities? Join us in bringing
community, connection, and deeper meaning to the virtual classroom (and
beyond). We are harnessing this unprecedented opportunity of crisis and
isolation and transforming it into an opportunity to strengthen and
restore ourselves, our students, and our communities.
During the Conference
Veteran teachers and
practitioners will share innovative and very practical ideas that will
help you break down physical walls, including using powerful
storytelling techniques that easily cross disciplines. Conference
workshop leaders are veteran educator-innovators and members of CWI’s
Collaborative, who come from K-16 classrooms and community based
programs. Our Conference workshop leaders and presenters draw from their
own experience withing a wide array of fields, including the arts and
humanities, educational equity, STEM, folklore, social justice, our
front virtual technology, and more. Our shared focus is to learn, adapt,
and become a community of poractice.
Make Important Connections
participants will experience new ways of working with a variety of
exciting strategies and online apps that facilitate storytelling,
engaging content integration, community connections, and the spirit of
CWI’s work with Place Based Service-Learning, Sustainability, and Global
Citizenship. Before, and during, the conference, participants will be
invited to make connections with other participants. We will provide
additional ways to continue those connections as ongoing supportive
relationships after the conference. learn more l register
may 16 (Saturday) - 15 (Saturday)
BackgroundThe United Nations proclaimed May 22 as the
The United Nations proclaimed May 22 as the International Day for Biological Diversity (IDB) to increase understanding and awareness of biodiversity issues (www.cbd.int/idb).As the global community is called to re–examine its relationship to the natural world, one thing is certain: despite all our technological advances we are completely dependent on healthy and vibrant ecosystems for our water, food, medicines, clothes, fuel, shelter and energy, just to name a few. The theme “Our solutions are in nature” emphasizeshope, solidarity and the importance of working together at all levels to build a future of life in harmony with nature.Build back better. 2020 is a year of reflection, opportunity and solutions. It is the year where, more than ever, theworld can signal a strong will for a global framework that will “bend the curve” on biodiversity loss for the benefit of humans and all life on Earth. 2020 will witness:•The final period for the 2011–2020 Strategic Plan on Biodiversityand its 20 AichiBiodiversity Targets;•The end of the 2011–2020 United Nations Decade on Biodiversity, leading to the transitional phase for the start of other new pivotal biodiversity–related decades for the period 2021–2030: the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Developmentand the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration;•The UN Biodiversity Summit (A/RES/73/234), at the levelof Heads of State and Government, in order to highlight the urgency of action at the highest levels in support of a post–2020 globalbiodiversity framework that contributes to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and places the global community on a path towards realizing the 2050 Vision for Biodiversity.
As part of a comprehensive communication strategy, the CBD Secretariat, working with Parties, UN entities and other partners around the world, will commemorate the IDBon 22 May. Each day leading up to it will highlight interconnected topics related to the biodiversity agenda. It is hoped that this roadmap could also be adapted, emulated and used by all countries and stakeholders around the world. All biodiversity–related conventions are invited to contribute to IDB in accordance with their mandates and current situation.
All Day (Friday)
Most EU member states will need to increase annual expenditures for water supply and sanitation by more than 25% in order to comply with the
Most EU member states will need to increase annual expenditures for water supply and sanitation by more than 25% in order to comply with the Drinking Water and Urban Wastewater Treatment Directives. And some countries are better placed than others to achieve that level of ambition. This projection derives from a 2-year co-operation between the OECD and the European Commission – DG Environment, in close collaboration with EU member states. It builds on new data on current levels of expenditure for water supply, sanitation and flood protection, as well as on projected needs.
What is the scale of the financing challenge in EU member states? What options are available to make the best use of existing financial resources, minimise future financing needs, or harness additional sources of finance?
Join Michel Sponar (European Commission, DG Environment) and Xavier Leflaive (OECD, Environment Directorate) to discuss effective national policies, expenditure programmes and financing strategies in Europe and beyond.
The presentation will be based on the forthcoming OECD study on water to be released on the same day as the webinar: Financing Water Supply, Sanitation and Flood Protection. Challenges in EU Member States and Policy Options.
Duration: 1 hour (Presentation of 20-30 minutes followed by Q&A)
To register for the online webinar: Go to the online registration.
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