Environmental rights, justice and security

EASD focus thematic issues are: — Sustainable Development Goals; – Education for sustainable development; – Sustainable Production and Consumption; – Science (Research and Citizen science and science promotion); – Nature and biodiversity; – Waste and chemicals, and – other working areas (Climate change issues, Sustainable tourism, Sustainable fashion and textile, Policy and governance, Resource efficiency, Circular economy, Water and sanitation, Air pollution, Eco-labeling, Energy-Environment nexus, Environmental rights and justice and security, EU accession and enlargement, Gender issues, Culture and art, Food and nutrition). Environmental Ambassadors for Sustainable Development (Environmental Ambassadors, EASD) is a non-for-profit professional association focusing work on education, as well as the research and science (professional and citizens) promotion, working through the consultancy, expertise, innovation, capacity building, evidence-based advocacy, promotion of natural and culture values, global equality and environmental/climate justice.

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2020 Annual Meeting – UN @ 75: The Future of Partnership and Multilateralism, we participate

EASD join the process of preparation for High Level Political Forum 2020

Feminist response to Covid19

EASD is engaged with its preparatory process and exchange views with Major Groups towards UNEA5

June 5,2020 – EnE20 Conference “Citizen science: Focus on Agenda 2030 and Sustainable Development Goals”

EASD e-awareness raising campaign: attention to environmentally and health friendly waste management in corona virus pandemic related situation

EnE20 Conference “Citizen science: Focus on Agenda 2030 and Sustainable Development Goals” , planned for June 5th 2020

EASD monitored the implementation of SDGs

Establishment of the South East European Platform to Beat Pollution – SEEPP

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Connecting regions: participation at 10th International Convention on Environment and Development in Havana, Cuba, July 2015

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Local Environmental Security Project Report , 2009