The objective of the Conference is to impart critical competencies viz. empathy, compassion, mindfulness and critical inquiry in global youth.
The next decade, 2021-2030, has been marked as the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development.
One place which relies heavily on the glacial melt-water is the Andean highlands of Bolivia, Chile and Peru.
Leading researchers from more than 50 countries will share the latest science concerning climate change impacts on ocean ecosystems at the 4th International Symposium on the Effects of Climate Change on the World’s Oceans at Washington D.C., USA between 4th and 8th June, 2018.
International Coordination Council will examine proposals to add 28 new biosphere reserves to the network and extensions to existing sites.
The Global Ocean Science Report: The Current Status of Ocean Science around the World, was presented at the UN on 8 June, World Ocean Day.
The Conference of States Parties have recognized seven examples of best practices for the preservation of underwater cultural heritage.
he purpose of the contest is to engage youth to share their story of how, in their own capacity, to address environmental issues in their communities or countries.
Weekly environmental news roundup from across different media networks for week 45 (starting November 5, 2012) 2012.
UNESCO and The YP Foundation call for applications for a Youth Forum on Social Inclusion, to be held in New Delhi from the 13th to 16th of November 2009. The forum aims at promoting youth led dialogue and action in India, by bringing together young people from across the country to share […]
The Goi Peace Foundation in Japan in collaboration with the United Nations Educational Scientific & Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) invite young people up to the age of 25 years to participate in the 2009 International Essay Contest themed on ‘The role of science in building a better world’. The United Nations has designated 2001-2010 […]