Les écoles célèbrent la JME avec la Mamanuca Environnement Society !

Le Mamanuca Environnement Society célèbrera la Journée mondiale de l'environnement dans cinq écoles dans le district de Nadi des îles Fidji, et mettra en avant la question du recyclage. Dans le cadre d'un concours d'art, les étudiants présenteront leurs projets artistiques en ayant recours au recyclage, avec l'utilisation d'éléments tels que des capsules de bouteilles, des instruments de musique, des porte-stylos, des tirelires et des sacs recyclés.

Les activités de la journée sont conçues pour inspirer les élèves à transformer les déchets en trésor ! Les étudiants et les enseignants prendront également des engagements - y compris des promesses de plantage d'arbres, de préserver les tortues et une meilleure gestion des sacs en plastique. Les étudiants termineront la journée avec un nettoyage, une activité de compostage et la plantation d'arbres sur les terrains de l'école.

La Mamanuca Environnement Society est engagée à protéger l'environnement marin et terrestre de l'archipel Mamanuca aux îles Fidji en partenariat avec la communauté locale et les parties prenantes. La Société mène des programmes de sensibilisation à l'environnement, en visant le changement de comportement grâce à la sensibilisation à travers l'éducation et la promotion du tourisme durable.

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Latest Activities Registered

Coscomatepec, Mexico

En Coscomatepec de Bravo Veracruz celebraremos el Día Internacional del Medio Ambiente con las siguientes actividades: el día 4 se harán conferencias en punto de las 10:00 am en el teatro municipal para todos los alumnos de los diferentes niveles, al terminar dicho evento se entregarán credenciales de Guardias Ambientales por parte de la Secretaria del Medio Ambiente (SEDEMA). Y el día 5 de junio se limpiará toda la cabecera con todas las instituciones educativas, empresas y ciudadanía en general, en la cual se les invita a que salgan con escoba en mano a barrer las calles u avenidas colindantes a su domicilio o institución. A su vez escuelas de la sierra Cuiyachapa, Sauce, Potrerillo, Aserradero, Tetelcingo, Tetlaxco y Xalatlaco pertenecientes al municipio realizarán la misma labor simultáneamente. Hora de baderazo de salida 10:00 am. Muchas gracias por su atención estamos a disposición de colaborar a favor del medio ambiente y el futuro de la tierra, tenemos la esperanza y Coscomatepec se contagia con estas acciones. ATENTAMENTE GEOVANNI RAMIREZ SANCHEZ COORDINADOR DE ECOLOGÍA Y MEDIO AMBIENTE

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GEOVANNI RAMIREZ SANCHEZ
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Maiduguri , Nigeria

I am talking on behalf of the students of University of Maiduguri, Faculty of Sciences, Department of Biological Sciences (Environmental Biology). We are going to mobilize students on the 5th of June, we will march round the school, the academic and administration blocks. We will show the world our global concern about the environment that we need to protect and conserve our environment because it is our only home.

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Abdulrahman Bukar Usman

Kolkata (Calcutta) , India

The Indian Public Health Association (IPHA) is the leading professional association in public health in India that strives to protect and promote the health and well being of all people and the environment in our county so that all people can enjoy the best health possible and can live grow and prosper in clean and safe communities. It is going to organize the World Environment Day on 5th June, 2015 in the auditorium of Lady Dufferin Victoria Hospital at 3pm onwards. On this occasion Prof Arunava Majumder, Emeritus Fellow School of Water Resource Engineering, Jadavpur University, Kolkata & Former Director Professor AIIH&PH, Kolkata will grace the occasion as chief Guest and will deliver the guest lecture. It will be followed by an interactive session among the guests to raise and consolidate on the discussed points.

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Sanghamitra Ghosh
Indian Public Health Association
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Ra-nchi- , India

Awareness generation program among rural and tribal community on organic inputs, biodiversity conservation, water and soil conservation and oppose using polybags.

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Dr Shakeelur Rahman
Prakriti Bachao Foundation

Butare , Rwanda

Wednesday 03rd June, Rwanda's Centre of Excellence in Biodiversity and Natural Resources Management will host a public lecture at the University of Rwanda (UR) - Huye Campus with different presentations by Rwanda Environment Management Authority (REMA), and Lecturers, and students from College of Science and Technology, UR- Huye Campus on the WED’s theme ("Seven Billion dreams. One Planet. consume with care"),including efficient resource use, sustainable livelihoods, green campus initiatives (energy use, waste management), and forest restoration. We aim to highlight the role of scientific research and academic institutions in supporting sustainable livelihoods.

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Jeannette Batamuliza Prof. Beth Kaplin
Centre of Excellence in Biodiversity and Natural Resources Management, RWANDA
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Nekemte, Ethiopia

First of all this activity was chosen by me when I saw the motto of WED 2015. What comes to my mind is that water resource (abundant but is less available resource) so I planned to exercise conserving water during bath time and washing of clothes. During my activity I plan to participate my families and friends and also my neighbors. As we know the day is Friday and many Muslims will take shower.

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Ali Mohammed
Wollega University

Calgary, Canada

Nous commencerons le programme de compostage de l'école. Nous ferons un grand nettoyage de la cours d'école auquel tous les élèves et le personnel participerons. Les élèves et les enseignants seront encouragés à apporter un lunch sans déchet lors de cette journée.

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Magali Bourque
La Source
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Cancún , Mexico

Clases de educación ambiental al colectivo de niños y niñas de una de las regiones más pobres de Cancún ( Región 227). El objetivo es que a partir de su estilo de vida cotidiana se identifiquen cuatro acciones para reducir y re utilizar materiales. Las clases serán impartidas por estudiantes de servicio social de la Universidad del Caribe y de la asociación civil Observatorio de la Gobernanza para la cooperación y el desarrollo. El producto final serán carteles dirigidos a su comunidad, los cuales se pegarán en escuelas, tiendas y parques

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Yeddelti Zulemi Cupul Alonzo
Colectivo Luces, cámara y educación
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Douala , Cameroon

5/29/2015 : planting abre Douala University in partnership with the Regional Delegation of the Environment Protection and Sustainable Development for the Littoral, the University of Douala (Some student associations), NGO Douala Campus 1 5/30/2015 awareness walk 02 axes departure Bonanjo University of Douala arrival and departure University of Douala - Ndongbond Bépanda Arrival by University of Douala 06/01/2015 digging of fair for stands and exhibition at the University of Douala 06/01-04/2015 : Fair and Exhibition at the University of Douala 06/05/2015 : Official ceremony of the celebration of WED 2015 at the University of Douala representation by the Financial Regulator, the Regional Delegate of the Ministry of Environment and Nature Protection and Sustainable Development and the NGO, continuation and end of the fair and exposure

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UNE CLOCHE POUR LA PAIX NGO
NGO
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Abomey Calavi, Benin

La Journée mondiale de l'environnement, le 5 Juin, représente une « journée pour tous » où chacun peut agir concrètement en faveur de l’environnement et transformer ses actes individuels en une force collective capable d’avoir un impact positif exponentiel sur la planète. C’est dans ce cadre que Young Pioneers for Development (YPD ONG) lance sa campagne de reboisement et de sensibilisation « Ensemble, conservons le Khaya » au Bénin. La mise en œuvre effective de cette campagne est prévue du 1 Juin au 7 Juin 2015 dans les communes de Comé, Abomey-Calavi, , Djougou, Kouandé et Kérou au Bénin. Les différentes activités se poursuivront aussi tout le long du mois de Juiin. A travers cette initiative, YPD veut contribuera à la conservation des espèces menacées et à la restauration du couvert végétal au Bénin. « Ensemble, conservons le Khaya» prévoit une combinaison de trois activités à savoir : (i) Plantation de 2000 plants de K. senegalensis (caïlcédrat), (ii) sensibilisation de la communauté locale sur les techniques de production de plants et la nécessité de conserver les espèces menacées, (iii) réalisation d’un spot regroupant différentes autorités, artistes et leaders qui présentent des messages afin de sensibiliser aux écogestes sur les médias sociaux. Les principales raisons qui nous poussent à planter le K. senegalensis au Bénin sont entre autres : (i) K. senagelensis (Caïlcédrat) est une plante ménacée au Benin et vulnérable sur la liste rouge de l’IUCN ; (ii) les populations naturelles de K. senegalensis sont soumises à de fortes pressions anthropiques au Bénin ; (iii) K. senegalensis constitue une ressource végétales très importante à multiples usages ( medecinale, bois d’œuvre, fourrage, etc) pour les populations actuelles et pour les générations futures. Ensemble, engageons-nous dans l’action pour une gestion saine et durable des ressources naturelles. Toute la jeunesse béninoise (diaspora y compris) est concernée par cette campagne de sensibilisation et aussi réflexion qui est ouvert à tous et à toutes sans aucune restriction. Rejoignez nous rejoindre via twitter ( @Christelkenou @ypdbenin) ou Facebook pour découvrez les thèmes et activités réalisées à l’occasion de cette journée.

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Christel Kénou
Young Pioneers for Development
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Barisal, Bangladesh

We arranged to the WED'2015 willingly Rally and Seminar Jointly organised GO/NGOs in Barisal, Bangladesh Rally -10AM Barisal Town Hall to main main Roads Seminar 11AM Venue BDS Auditorium in Barisal in BANGLADESH

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Zahid Hossain Khan
Grameen Development Society [GDS]
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BHADRACHALAM, India

TEA ( Total Environment Awareness ) Respected sir, Sub :TEA Activity We are working on a project called TEA ( Total Environment Awareness ) . We have formed team members and have been working for the last 10 years in our surrounding areas for Environment protecting awareness . we launched this TEA with the support of school children . We are giving the Environment Awareness to uneducated people in surrounding villages. , Encourage young people to develop community – based environmental action strategies as part of their youth groups 20 above our team members secured UNEP participant award . . running project is to reduce plastic items ( It is starting from our colonies ) , introduce Eco - friendly products So, Yours respectfully ( G SATTI RAJU )

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GANTI SATTIRAJU
TEA

Bath , United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

We are celebrating WED through a series of editorial articles focusing on how manufacturers of scientific equipment and scientists themselves consume with care whilst helping the environment. We are also donating to our chosen charity $5 per product review we receive during out activity.

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Beth Carney
SelectScience
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Jeddah (Jiddah) , Saudi Arabia

Assalam Alaikum (May peace of God be upon you ) My dream is to reuse papers that are used on one side for my projects

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Mariam Rafi
Individual
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Barnsley, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Premier Foods is launching a new Employee Engagement Initiative to coincide with World Environment Day. The initiative is called Green Matters. Across our 9 sites in England, we will be asking all 4,500 employees to think about the environment, save energy, water and waste, and by doing so everyone will contribute to a reduction in Carbon Dioxide emissions. This will happen via a pledge from the Premier Foods' CEO, Gavin Darby, to double the carbon emissions savings made over the coming year by planting trees. Our target is 1,100 tonnes of CO2 emissions savings. This will be doubled by the company by paying the Woodland Trust to plant 25 square metres of new woodland here in the UK for every tonne of CO2 saved. If we hit our targets, this will create 13 acres of new woodland in a year. World Environment Day will see the start of the initiative, which we hope will become a long term partnership with the Woodland Trust, delivering CO2 reductions, engaging employees, raising environmental awareness and providing a lasting woodland resource for the future.

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Lee Haughton
Premier Foods Ltd

Barnsley, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Premier Foods is launching a new Employee Engagement Initiative to coincide with World Environment Day. The initiative is called Green Matters. Across our 9 sites in England, we will be asking all 4,500 employees to think about the environment, save energy, water and waste, and by doing so everyone will contribute to a reduction in Carbon Dioxide emissions. This will happen via a pledge from the Premier Foods' CEO, Gavin Darby, to double the carbon emissions savings made over the coming year by planting trees. Our target is 1,100 tonnes of CO2 emissions savings. This will be doubled by the company by paying the Woodland Trust to plant 25 square metres of new woodland here in the UK for every tonne of CO2 saved. If we hit our targets, this will create 13 acres of new woodland in a year. World Environment Day will see the start of the initiative, which we hope will become a long term partnership with the Woodland Trust, delivering CO2 reductions, engaging employees, raising environmental awareness and providing a lasting woodland resource for the future.

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Lee Haughton
Premier Foods Ltd

Whitehaven, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Sustainable Tourism: Dealing in Values. a free to attend one-day conference at Westlakes Science Park UCLan West Cumbria This one-day conference is a response to the 2015 UN Environmental Programme World Environment Day (WED). The WED theme for 2015 is "Seven Billion Dreams. One Planet. Consume with Care." Living within planetary boundaries is the most promising strategy for ensuring a healthy future. Human prosperity need not cost the earth. Living sustainably is about doing more and better with less. It is about knowing that rising rates of natural resource use and the environmental impacts that occur are not a necessary by-product of economic growth. The Samuel Lindow Foundation and UCLan have made a response to WED for a number of years in West Cumbria in collaboration with The UK Tourism Society. Tourism is one of the key drivers of growth for the world economy and an economically important sector in the UK. Globally, tourism accounts for 9% of GDP (direct, indirect and induced), 6% of the world's exports, and one in 11 jobs. In 2013, 1,087 million international tourists travelled the world generating US$ 1.4 trillion in exports. The sector’s massive scope and scale make it a critically important sector from a global resource perspective. In this context, the natural environment is perhaps the key resource for tourism as a very signicant proportion of leisure travel is shaped by environmental perceptions and individual values. Indeed, it could be argued that tourism deals in environmental values as through it environmental values become translated into economic value. This conference focuses upon the role of tourism in encouraging an appreciation of the value of the natural environment and in raising environmental awareness. It is argued that, if efficiently planned and managed, tourism could become an ally and a supportive economic, social and ultimately political force for conservation as the value of the environment becomes more widely appreciated, both psychologically and economically.

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Rick Wylie
Samuel Lindow Foundation
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Serres, Greece

The Municipality of Serres, on the occasion of World Environment Day, organizes every year in June cultural and educational events in Serres at the ex-camp of Papalouka. This celebration, which iscalled ECO FESTIVAL for the current year under the auspices of the Ministry of Culture, Education. This year, the activities will take place from 3 to 5 June 2015 organized by the Environment Department of the Municipality of Serres. The actions as construction, painting, experiments, theater with enviromental subject, shadow theater, cycling, hiking.

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asimina tsouka
MUNICIPALITY OF SERRES
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1 Pune, India

Poster competition

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shrikant jadhav
Emcure Pharmaceuticals Ltd.

Alcántara, Spain

Actividades infantiles para celebrar el Dia Mundial del Medio Ambiente (de 2 a 9 años): - Cuentacuentos - Juegos - Mural con pintiras de manos

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Centro Interpretación Tajo Internacional
GPEX
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