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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Adelaide , Australia

We will start with an assembly run by our Environmental Leaders to explain the day and why it is so important to celebrate. Each Primary class will then complete a range of activities in their classroom with specifically designed activities to promote awareness.

For more information, please contact:
Kylie Lorensini
St Paul's College

Adelaide , Australia

We will start with an assembly run by our Environmental Leaders to explain the day and why it is so important to celebrate. Each Primary class will then complete a range of activities in their classroom with specifically designed activities to promote awareness.

For more information, please contact:
Kylie Lorensini
St Paul's College

Bha-vnagar (Bharnagar) , India

we Organised a one Demonstration Lecture on the Theme of World Environment Day 2015 is 7 Billion Dreams. 1 Planet.Consume with Care. with this we make Dream Book on the theme of WED with Participant of this event .

For more information, please contact:
Kalyan Regional Community Science Center KRCSC - Bhavnagar
Kalyan Foundation Trust, Bhavnagar
Website

Trivandrum (Thiruvananthapuram) , India

ENVIRONMENT RALLY ,PICTURE CONTEST ,QUIZ COMPETITION .....POWER POINT PRESENTATION.

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GOVERNMENT LOWER PRIMERY SCHOOL NAVAIKULAM

Cairo, Egypt

We are working on collecting sorting and recycling the waste materials in Egypt. Our target to provide our county the best service to enhance the environment. We are providing innovated solution to fit the domestic governorate to have better weather and environment. Also we training to provide the best service to the local society.

For more information, please contact:
Magdy El Zaghal
National Environmental Industeris
Website

Port Vila, Vanuatu

VESS is teaming up with the Vanuatu Department of Environmental Protection and Conservation and organising National Environment Week with activities all week from 5th to 12th June. We have tree planting, clean up days, a no plastic for a day challenge, a short film evening and a public lecture on the management of sustainable seafood in Vanuatu.

For more information, please contact:
Christina Shaw
Vanuatu Environmental Science Society

London , United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

The Commonwealth Youth Climate Change Network (CYCN) which is a youth-led network and aim to ensure young people understand their role in addressing climate change issues and participate to influence policy through effective, innovative and collective action across the Commonwealth is organising a Commonwealth Youth Expert Group Meeting (EGM) on Climate Change, with support from the Youth Division of the Commonwealth Secretariat and the Commonwealth Youth Council. The meeting will be convened from 9-11 June 2015 and will take place in Marlborough House, Commonwealth Secretariat, in London, UK, in the context of the World Environment Day 2015 and in the lead up to the UN Climate Change Conference 2015 scheduled in Paris, end of this year. The Youth EGM on Climate Change will bring together a group of key young climate change experts and practitioners from across the Commonwealth to discuss, formulate and agree on behalf of their peers key recommendations for a post-2015 global climate change agreement. At this meeting delegates will also identify avenues for these recommendations to be included in the pledges of Commonwealth member states in the lead up to the COP21. The meeting will also provide the opportunity to achieve certain secondary objectives, such as facilitate experiences and skills sharing amongst participants within a learning goal, and foster collaboration between the CYCN and the participants’ organisations and networks in order to position the CYCN as a relevant youth-led initiative across the Commonwealth. About fifteen Youth Experts on climate change will take part in the meeting, representing various Commonwealth nations and playing an active role within their active organisation or network. They will be assisted in their task by invited Senior Experts on climate change and sustainable development, representing relevant institutions such the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre, UNESCO, the University of West Indies, the Commonwealth Secretariat, the Commonwealth Disaster Management Agency, the Prince of Wales’ International Sustainability Unit (ISU), etc. These Senior Experts will advise their youth colleagues in developing a set of clear recommendations for a post-2015 climate change agreement (with a youth lens) to be submitted to Commonwealth member states and other decision makers in the lead up to COP21, and used as advocacy arguments to ensure young people’s concerns and expertise is included in COP21 pledges and submissions.

For more information, please contact:
Jean Paul Brice Affana Affana
The Commonwealth Youth Climate Change Network (CYCN)
Website

London , United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

The Commonwealth Youth Climate Change Network (CYCN) which is a youth-led network and aim to ensure young people understand their role in addressing climate change issues and participate to influence policy through effective, innovative and collective action across the Commonwealth is organising a Commonwealth Youth Expert Group Meeting (EGM) on Climate Change, with support from the Youth Division of the Commonwealth Secretariat and the Commonwealth Youth Council. The meeting will be convened from 9-11 June 2015 and will take place in Marlborough House, Commonwealth Secretariat, in London, UK, in the context of the World Environment Day 2015 and in the lead up to the UN Climate Change Conference 2015 scheduled in Paris, end of this year. The Youth EGM on Climate Change will bring together a group of key young climate change experts and practitioners from across the Commonwealth to discuss, formulate and agree on behalf of their peers key recommendations for a post-2015 global climate change agreement. At this meeting delegates will also identify avenues for these recommendations to be included in the pledges of Commonwealth member states in the lead up to the COP21. The meeting will also provide the opportunity to achieve certain secondary objectives, such as facilitate experiences and skills sharing amongst participants within a learning goal, and foster collaboration between the CYCN and the participants’ organisations and networks in order to position the CYCN as a relevant youth-led initiative across the Commonwealth. About fifteen Youth Experts on climate change will take part in the meeting, representing various Commonwealth nations and playing an active role within their active organisation or network. They will be assisted in their task by invited Senior Experts on climate change and sustainable development, representing relevant institutions such the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre, UNESCO, the University of West Indies, the Commonwealth Secretariat, the Commonwealth Disaster Management Agency, the Prince of Wales’ International Sustainability Unit (ISU), etc. These Senior Experts will advise their youth colleagues in developing a set of clear recommendations for a post-2015 climate change agreement (with a youth lens) to be submitted to Commonwealth member states and other decision makers in the lead up to COP21, and used as advocacy arguments to ensure young people’s concerns and expertise is included in COP21 pledges and submissions.

For more information, please contact:
Jean Paul Brice Affana Affana
The Commonwealth Youth Climate Change Network (CYCN)
Website

Sanad, Bahrain

The science department in AHIS (Alhekma international school) will celebrate WED on Monday June 1 2015. Elementary and middle school students will get involved by spreading environmental awareness. Elementary students and during their assembly period will work on awarness posters/songs/poems/environmental promises and presentations. Students and teachers will discuss action plans and procedures that can be done to protect the environment. All activities will focus on this year's theme "consuming with care". Middle school students will dedicate part of their Science classes to discuss and celebrate WED. Students will carry all what they learned during this day to their families,neighbors and friends. Reaching the Bahraini community and spreading the word about environmental sustainablity is one of the principal objectives. AHIS have been participating in WED activities for 3 years now and is planing to continue. We believe that environmental awarness is vital in building responsible Global citizens that can make a positive impact in the world.

For more information, please contact:
Rasha Al-Najjar
Al-Hekma international school
Website

Nellore District, India

Climate change signs are already evident with heat wave deaths in India crossing 2000. Forbes MAR 30, 2015 @ 11:43 PM 4,283 VIEWS. Research Confirms That Carbon Dioxide Led To Higher Temperatures In The Past. http://www.forbes.com/…/research-confirms-that-carbon-diox…/ GROW CAM PLANTS LIKE AGAVE AND OPUNTIA TO REDUCE HIGH TEMPERATURES. It is a tragedy hundreds of deaths took place even in temperatures below 45 degrees Celsius. There were places in Andhra Pradesh like Rentachintala which experience high temperatures in summer. In Rajasthan to face hot temperatures people use neem leaves on head. Common sense tells us that CAM plants act as Carbon Sink. Crassulacean acid metabolism, also known as CAM photosynthesis, is a carbon fixation pathway that evolved in some plants as an adaptation to arid conditions. In a plant using full CAM, the stomata in the leaves remain shut during the day to reduce evapotranspiration, but open at night to collect carbon dioxide (CO2). The CO2 is stored as the four-carbon acid malate in vacuoles at night, and then in the daytime, the malate is transported to chloroplasts where it is converted back to CO2, which is then used during photosynthesis. The pre-collected CO2 is concentrated around the enzyme RuBisCO, increasing photosynthetic efficiency. That is why they occur naturally in desert regions. Thanks to the wonders of nature we have care free growth, regenerative CAM plants like Agave and Opuntia which acts as Carbon Sink. Traditionally Agave(Small size) and Opuntia(Small sizes) are placed in front of the compound in pots. Also they are tied on the sunshade before entrance. To give it more religious importance they are claimed to dispel DISHTI (Bad glances from eyes.) There is more science in this. Both are CAM plants and they act as Carbon Sink. Carbion Dioxide emission has a direct influence of rise in temperatures. How is it that heat waves are claiming hundreds of lives even at 43 degrees Celsius which is common in Andhra Pradesh? https://www.scribd.com/doc/267068397/CAM-Plants-to-Control-High-Temperatures-as-Carbon-Sink

For more information, please contact:
Anumakonda Jagadeesh
Nayudamma Centre for Development Alternatives

Gillingham, Kent, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

This year Green Patriots is celebrating World Environment Day by educating people in our community about climate change, waste and recycling. Apart from work being done in our immediate community here in the UK, we are also reaching out to our international community in Nigeria, by working in partnership with SOFER Initiative on a recycle project - iRECYCLE NIGERIA. The various activities to be carried out include: 4/6/15: - Launch of Enviroteen Recycle Challenge - This is a project which seeks to encourage and help build an awareness of recycling amongst young people; - iRecycle Giveaway Fundraising to help raise fund using recycled materials and promoting reuse of products. Fund raise will be used for the SOFER Initiative recycling projects in various communities in Nigeria; 5/6/15: - Charity Car Wash to help raise environmental activities and sustainable development, and environmental awareness campaign; 6/6/15: - Clean Up Exercise & Sanitation of the prison environment, sensitisation of the officials and occupants of the prison, and a donation of clean up materials to the prison, while raising environmental awareness. The UK activity to also be carried out by Green Patriots include raising environmental awareness and encouraging people to carry out an environmental activity for WED15, by educating them and letting them know we can all change the world in our own small ways. Participants are encouraged to share their WED15 activity story with us on how they are bringing ?#?Sustainable? improvements to their community and helping to make our environment pollution-free.

For more information, please contact:
DAISY ALERO EMOEKABU
GREEN PATRIOTS
Website

Kolkata (Calcutta) , India

A workshop on Consume with Care would be organized by our NGO Vivekananda Institute of Environment & Management, Kolkata (VIEM) with Belur Sramajibi Swasthya Prakalpa Samity (Organization of Workmen for Health Welfare situated at Belur, Calcutta) in the Hospital of the later organization. The workshop would include lecture and sharing hand on experience by Scientists & Technologists of Vivekananda Institute of Environment & Management, Kolkata (VIEM) on Consume with Care. Practical demonstration on the methodologies to be adopted for achieving this concept would also be included. The research conducted in our institute (VIEM) has revealed that technologically advanced methodologies would not only suffice to achieve the desired goal as more technologically advanced methodologies often leads more energy intensive processes thereby increasing carbon foot print. The traditional and natural are required to be nurtured. These would be taught by the experts in the workshop.

For more information, please contact:
Swami Vedajnananda
Vivekananda Institute of Environment & Management, Kolkata

Honolulu, Oahu , United States of America

In celebration of World Environment Day and World Ocean's Day, Kokua Hawai?i Foundation and MIKOH invite you to join us for a North Shore beach cleanup on Saturday, June 6th. Check in at 8:30am at Ehukai Beach Park then help to clean the Beach and Bike Path from Ke Iki to Sunset Beach from 9:00am - 11:00am. MIKOH will be giving away reusable tote bags and raffling off free suits and other fun prizes. All participants will receive a gift code for 10% off at MIKOH's online store and certain O?ahu retailers. Other Plastic Free Hawai?i partners include Malama Ke Ala Pupukea, Method, North Shore Community Land Trust, North Shore Outdoor Circle, Sunset Beach Community Association, and more! Volunteers should bring tools, sun protection, refillable water bottles, and gloves.

For more information, please contact:
Natalie McKinney
Kokua Hawaii Foundation
Website

Tartu , Estonia

It is the International Conference of the Baltic Sea Project of UNESCO ASP net. There will be almost 200 people from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Russia and also from Japan. Together we will investigate the environmental problems of the Baltic Sea and also celebrate the world's ocean day on the 8yh of June.

For more information, please contact:
Gedy Siimenson

Cancún , Mexico

El Dreams Riviera Cancun Resort & Spa ha adoptado una escuela en la comunidad de Puerto Morelos en las que se realizan diferentes activdades de educación ambiental. Para la celebración del Día del Medio Ambiente haremos una serie de actividades con los niños. Realizaremos limpieza de la escuela y daremos una plática acerca de los residuos con diferentes actividades. Así también daremos diferentes talles de manualidades donde les enseñaremos a reutilizar y reducir sus desechos.

For more information, please contact:
Isis Anahi De León Hernádez
Dreams Riviera Cancun
Website

Serres, Greece

For the *2 International Tournament Academic Football for the protect Environment 2015* in Serres Greece

For more information, please contact:
Katerina Emmanouilidou
Club football M.G.S.PANSERRAIKOS
Website

Matías Romero, Oax, Mexico

Se realizará un programa especial de radio, mediante un panel con invitados de organizaciones sociales, especialistas, y personas de la comunidad, con el tema central del Día Mundial del Medio Ambiente, emitido a travez de la Radio comunitaria, "Las voces de los pueblos" que transmite localmente en el 102.1 MHz, desde Rincon Viejo, Santa Maria Petapa, Zona conurbada de la Cd. Matías Romero, Oaxaca. y a travez de www.ucizoniac.blogspot.mx en horario de las 11:00 a las 12:00 horas (Horario central de México). Asimismo se subira la grabación a Radioteca.net, buscar en productora "olinmm" donde a demas se aloja el programa "Tlamatini Radio" con producción semanal y cuya tematica redunda en temas relacionados al medio ambiente, salud y cultura general.

For more information, please contact:
Nicanor Martinez
Independiente

Los Angeles , United States of America

I will be giving away my book "True Minimalism" to Members of the Los Angeles area Centers for Spiritual Development for World Environment Day cleanup service at Griffith Park in Los Angeles on June 20th from 11:00-1:00pm.

For more information, please contact:
Carey Harris

Astana (Tselinograd) , Kazakhstan

I am supporting Wed today by eating less than now and I will buy more vegetables. And care more of our planet. Happy WED2015

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Aidana Kyzylkulova

Astana (Tselinograd) , Kazakhstan

I am supporting Wed today by eating less than now and I will buy more vegetables. And care more of our planet. Happy WED2015

For more information, please contact:
Aidana Kyzylkulova