Global Water Partnership

www.gwp.org The Global Water Partnership’s vision is for a water secure world. Its mission is to support the sustainable development and management of water resources at all levels. GWP was founded in 1996 by the World Bank, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) to foster integrated water resource management (IWRM). IWRM is […]

Water Resource

  Georges Radjou Consultant chez International Conference Consulting On hazard Management email: [email protected] . Water scarcity: Asia is the contient most at risk because it is where all humanity resides. Already over a billion people lack of clean water (1.2 billion people with no drinking water)- In the future expect 2/3 of the planet to be without water (4-5 […]

2013: International Year of Water Cooperation

  The side event, organized in the framework of the “UN-Water Day” at Rio+20, aims at raising awareness about the UN IYWC and the opportunities that this year-long event will bring along for Member States and other stakeholders. In December 2010 the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) declared the year 2013 as the United Nations International […]

Statement on the Observance of #WorldOceanDay

By: Heherson T. Alvarez                              former Senator who served as Environment and Climate Change Secretary   World Ocean Day is observed on June 8 with the theme “Our Oceans, Our Future”  geared inform, mobilize, unite the world’s population for the sustainable management of the world’s ocean, considered the lungs of our planet. The Ocean Conference […]

Interview with Ms @IrinaBokova, Director-General of @UNESCO

© GEM.Ms. Irina Bokova, Director General of UNESCO became Honorary Membership at Global Education Magazine. Javier Collado Ruano: Today, 5th December 2015, being International Volunteer Day, we welcome our special guess, Ms. Irina Bokova, Director General of UNESCO. I have had the opportunity to talk with her during the 2nd UNESCO Forum on Global Citizenship Education held in February 2015 in […]

International #Volunteer Day

    Salimatou Fatty Founder/CEO- Salimatou’s Foundation for Education Global Youth Ambassador- A world at school Assistance Programmer Officer-Teaching Award Trust Assistance Summer Camp Coordinator- Education For African Future [email protected]  . . . . I am Salimatou Fatty, a proudly Gambian volunteer for young people. I am very enthusiastic about issues concerning the girl-child, youths, children and […]

PLUGGING BUSINESS INTO THE GLOBAL AGENDA: THE PLATFORM FOR ENVIRONMENTAL INVESTMENT

PJ Marshall Founder and Executive Director, Restore the Earth Foundation [email protected] www.restoretheearth.org . ABSTRACT: Restore the Earth Foundation, Inc. (REF) is a social investment partner for corporations that value the Earth’s natural resources. Founded in 2010, we are a global nongovernmental organization that deploys landscape-scale ecosystem restoration projects and measures and reports the impact. Our exclusive […]

#SUSTAINABLEDEVELOPMENT OR BARBARISM

Fernando Alcoforado  Member of the Bahia Academy of Education (Brazil). Engineer and Doctor of Territorial Planning and Regional Development from the University of Barcelona (Spain). e-mail: [email protected] . Abstract This article aims to demonstrate that sustainable development is a requirement for the survival of humanity because it faces two major threats. One of them is represented […]

Mexico, Transdisciplinarity Migration: Misery and Mercy in Central America

Darío Fabián Hernández González Veracruzana University. Economy and Society Institute (IIESES), Mexico. e-mail: [email protected] – – Abstract: Migration is a sociocultural phenomenon widely examined by different disciplines of science and philosophy. Few studies have been carried out in a multidisciplinary way, and much less in a transdisciplinar way. Before explaining the migration from a transdisciplinar […]

Liberating the “Untouchables”

    By Jose kalathil [email protected]    . As the world celebrated the Toilet Day on 19 November, the world’s 2.3 billion people did not have reason to be merry, as they lacked private toilets. In India, they number 774 million. Among them, according to government, 11,000 are engaged in the centuries-old practice of physically removing human excrement from ‘dry’ […]

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