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EETU Related Upcoming Events

African EE&T Action Plan Consultations, 17 March 2014, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia


EETU Event Summaries

Wangari Maathai Day - Africa Environment Day - World Wildlife Day 2014 Summary March 2014


Youth Encounter for Sustainability, Kenya Jan/Feb. 2014


Academia Partnership Forum (APF) - GSSD Expo 26 - 29 November 2013


African Regional Workshop on Environment Agenda 13 - 14 May 2013



EETU

The Environmental Education and Training Unit (EETU) undertakes Environmental Education and Training in close collaboration with all UNEP ’s Divisions. The programmes, projects, initiatives and activities of EETU are organized around three pillars namely Education, Training and Networking with specific focus on Higher Education.

They are broadly guided by UNEP’s seven priority thematic areas namely Climate Change; Ecosystems Management; Disasters and Conflicts; Environmental Governance; Harmful Substances; Resource Efficiency; and Environment under Review.

EETU supports and strengthens implementation of UNEP’s seven cross-cutting thematic priorities by harnessing the potential of universities as vehicles of change and transformation within communities.

This is accomplished through educating, training and creating awareness within universities and across governments, training centres, non-governmental organizations’ and the private sector.

 

UNEP Reports / Publications
Greening University Toolkit

Integrated Environmental Assessment Training Manual

Unit-Based Sustainability Assessment Tool

Educate the Educators ESD Innovation Course (UNEP/SADC-REEP)

Environmental Reporting for African Journalists Handbook

Education for Sustainable Development Innovations Course Toolkit

Climate Change Starters’ Guidebook: An Issues Guide for Education Planners and Practitioners.

UNEP Strategy for Environmental Education and Training: A Strategy and Action Planning for the Decade 2005 - 2014

Green Hills, Blue Cities.