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Association for the Promotion of Environmental Education: 2010 Activities

CEC member Faizal Jeeroburkhan, President of APEE, reports on activities carried out in 2010, including a nature trail in Mauritius, talks in schools and booklets on the Indian Ocean featuring art and essays by young people. …  

01 Dec 2010 | News story

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Red List Learning – CEC input and opportunities

In the past four months, CEC Specialty Group Leader on Learning and Leadership, Gillian Martin Mehers, has been contributing to a Red List Learning Materials Makeover. …  

01 Dec 2010 | News story

El PA21E y sus proyectos ambientales van más allá de la participación de la comunidad educativa implicando a familias, ciudadanos, políticos, y otras entidades.

El programa Agenda 21 Escolar de Barcelona gana el Premio Internacional de Dubái

352 centros escolares están adheridos a este programa que este año celebra su décimo aniversario. Reportaje de Teresa Franquesa, miembro de la CEC. …  

01 Dec 2010 | News story

Countdown 2010: Mobilizing society to support biodiversity

Colombian agency Coralina takes top place for their efforts in establishing the Seaflower Marine Protected Area and receives the Countdown 2010 Biodiversity Award. 

01 Dec 2010 | News story

CEC member Michael Anjello Jothi Rajan of Arul Anandar College

1,000+ Students Attend Biodiversity Events at Arul Anandar College

CEC member Michael Anjello Jothi Rajan reports on a two-day science mela to raise awareness among rural school children and their communities about biodiversity and the protection of species. …  

01 Dec 2010 | News story

Oil Palm Expansion: A New Threat to Palawan UNESCO Man and Bioshere Reserve

A field update from CEESP members in the the ALDAW Network (Ancestral Land/Domain Watch) In addition to the alarming expansion of nickel mining on Palawan island (already reported on previous CEESP NEWS releases) indigenous peoples are now being confronted with the threats posed by the expansion of oil palm plantations. …  

01 Dec 2010 | News story
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This webzine focuses on four issues – biodiversity, climate change, peak oil and food security – and how they are interconnected.

Our World 2.0 - Webzine for Biodiversity, Climate Change

Brendan Barrett, CEC member and programme officer at the United Nations University, explains how the online magazine 'Our World 2.0' has evolved since its launch in 2008. …  

01 Dec 2010 | News story

Community-based Forest Governance Systems

CEESP member Kannar Kumar Siripurapu writes on the 'Foundations of Community Based Forest Governance Systems in Odisha'. …  

01 Dec 2010 | News story
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Former TILCEPA Co-Chair, Jannie Lasmbang has role in landmark Malaysian Human Rights Commission

Kota Kinabalu: The Malaysian Human Rights Commission (Suhakam) has decided to uphold indigenous education as the main activity under its Indigenous People's Rights Committee. Its Commissioner, Jannie Lasimbang, who disclosed this, said the activity will be implemented jointly with the commission's Human Rights Education and Promotion Working Group in Sabah, Sarawak and Peninsular Malaysia. …  

01 Dec 2010 | News story
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CEC member and film director Samik Gupta with a wild caught Russell's viper during shooting of "The Sleepless Sentinel".

Nature India Informatics

CEC member Samik Gupta has prepared a report about natural resources and related government conservation programmes, seeking more active public participation. …  

01 Dec 2010 | News story

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