Young Professional Development Society Nepal (YPDSN) is a nonprofit and community based organization working on professional development, youth and women empowerment, education and livelihood promotion. YPDSN aspires to improve the living conditions of poor and marginalized peoples by adopting strategies through community initiative, participation and sensitization. It is founded in 2013 and has been working among backward communities in the interior unreached pockets in the coast of Nepal.
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El aumento de dióxido de carbono (CO2) en la atmósfera se considera una de las principales causas del calentamiento global. La fijación biológica de CO2 puede resolver el problema del calentamiento global. Las microalgas son sistemas de rápido crecimiento que pueden consumir grandes cantidades de CO2 para producir diferentes tipos de biomasa.
From consumer choice to data privacy, connected products to access, the Consumers International Summit 2019 examines some of the most pressing issues consumers face in the digital world. The Consumers International Summit 2019 takes place from 29 April – 2 May 2019 at Estoril Congress centre.
LC3 Technology Resource Centre (LC3-TRC) has been established in Cuba to act as interface between industry an academy for a swift introduction of the new developments in the area of LC3 in the Latin American Region. The LC3 Technology Resource Centre is a provider of green solutions to medium and large-scale enterprises in the construction sector based in all scientific knowledge derived of LC3 studies.
En Argentina se pierden y desperdician cada año 16 millones de toneladas de alimentos, de las cuales 14,5 millones corresponden a pérdidas y 1,5 millones a desperdicio. La cadena de alimentos con mayores PDA es la de las hortalizas.
Por este motivo, el Concurso #SinDesperdicioHortícola otorgará financiamiento no reembolsable y mentoría personalizada a soluciones innovadoras, viables y con impacto.
Organizan la Secretaria de Gobierno de Agroindustria y el Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo.
The NBI experiential curriculum is guided by the Earth Charter four pillars of Respect and Care for the Community of life; Ecological Integrity; Social and Economic Justice and Democracy, Nonviolence and PEACE.
Its Training and Development Center of Excellence provides access to first-class experiential education and the tools of discovery.
. At NBI-Zimbabwe, community members learn to balance human activities, particularly agriculture with biodiversity in order to ensure sustainability.
We have patented a supply chain system to eliminate modern slavery in supply chains. Digital certificates are used to authenticate worker identity for banking. Smallholder farmers are then uniquely linked with four-foot cubic "modules" (pallets with walls) to transport their product. These modules can be RFID-tracked continuously to verify product delivery and electronic payment is made directly and immediately. This removes worker vulnerability and verifies their product's movement end-to-end.
Innovative Solutions for Sustainable Consumption & Production: Partnerships in Action - The One Planet Network Response
High-level side event to be held during the fourth UN Environment Assembly in Nairobi, March 2019.
The event has been organised by the Consumer Information and Sustainable Food Systems programmes, in partnership with the governments of Germany and Indonesia, as well as Cruelty Free International and WWF. It will highlight the strength of the One Planet Network as a multi-stakeholder platform, presenting specific examples of cross-sector partnerships and innovative solutions from the network.
For effective awareness, it is imperative that students are constantly reminded of the impending dangers of climate change and global warming. For this reason, EEG organises its campus outreach programmes throughout the year wherein it visits schools and universities, participates in academic events and exhibitions as well as gives presentations and speeches on important environmental issues.
In its ongoing commitment to Education for Sustainable Development and SDG 4– ‘Ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education and promoting lifelong learning opportunities for all’– EEG organised the 18th cycle of the Students’ Workshop in November 2018. It is an implementation platform where the young minds are given the opportunity to learn the value of a sustainable future and the methodologies they themselves can use to work towards it.
With an aim to re-orient the learning experience towards sustainable development and push for the concept of Education for Sustainable Development EEG organises the bilingual Inter College Environmental Public Speaking Competition as a prominent platform where undergraduate students in the Arab region can put forth their dynamic and strong views on environmental issues. Through extensive research and case studies, students firmly voice out their viewpoints on various grave environmental concerns
Since 1992, the EEG has actively engaged with the community by providing lectures to engage various stakeholders to discuss environmental issues. In the process of connecting academic institutions, individuals, private sector executives and noted dignitaries openly in conversation, EEG, in 2016, introduced a series of panel discussions during which experts from relevant fields are invited to impart knowledge and deliver presentations.
Uganda’s Second National Development Plan (NDP II) identifies tourism as a pillar of economic growth. Uganda’s rich natural heritage provides an opportunity to promote sustainable tourism linked to wildlife watching tourism. The National Tourism Sector Strategic Plan 2015/16 – 2019/20 indicates the lack of reliable, timely and accurate tourism data as a challenge. The project aims to fill in this gap with data innovation and big data.