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CALL: Environmental Education experiences at the time of COVID-19

As educators and environmental educators of the WEEC Network, having overcome these difficult months of lockdown, we feel more than ever the importance of dedicating a focus to teaching methodologies.

For this reason, we are launching a call addressed to all educators and environmental educators: we are looking for testimonials and stories on how the way of working and doing environmental education has changed and what strategies and tools have worked in this period.

Send us your testimony by August 31!

FILL THE SURVEY

The objective is to activate a comparison on the good practices that emerged, on the methodologies adopted and on the feedback obtained. The testimonies and experiences collected will be shared in the next events of the WEEC Network 2020.

Speaking 4 the Planet, join the competition

 

Speaking for the Planet is an international Arts-based competition for high school students. These events have World Environment Day themes and the Sustainability Development Goals as their focus. The competition categories are speaking, drama,art, video-making and writing.

Read HERE how to participate by Friday 25 September 2020.

AMWAJ Forum 2020. Energy and water: challanges of the Mediterranean

 

AMWAJ (A Mediterranean Water And Journalism) organises the AMWAJ 2020 Forum in Sin el-Fil, Beirut, from 7 – 9 October 2020. 
The forum is co-organized by the Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC). The 2020 edition will catalyse knowledge exchange, technical discussions and strengthen partnerships and networks amongst the Mediterranean water, energy and sustainability communities.

Read more HERE

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