Circus Show on Migration/Climate Change in Brussels

By EEB (European Environmental Bureau) 29 October 2021   TOUR & TAXIS – Eight artists and acrobats, four musicians, an impressive scenography and many stories to tell. After a tour of 10 European countries, the contemporary circus company MagdaClan is coming to Tour&Taxis in Brussels from 10 to 13 November to offer you an artistic experience full of reflections on […]

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Stop Excluding Military Pollution from Climate Agreements

By Actionnetwork Target: Participants in COP26 UN Climate Change Conference, Glasgow, Scotland, November 1-12, 2021                  #NoWarNoWarming We encourage individuals and organizations to sign the petition below, and also ask organizations to sign a similar petition created by Conflict and Environment Observatory here. We encourage groups and individuals to […]

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Podcast: Reflecting on the 2020 ‘Commission’s Staff working document: Delivering on the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals

By SDG Watch Europe In November 2020, the European Commission published its Staff Working Document (SWD), “Delivering on the UN Sustainable Development Goals – A comprehensive approach”. The SWD explains how the European Commission is “taking forward its commitment to sustainable development, the 2030 Agenda and the SDGs through its internal and external action policies, […]

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FOOD WAVE : Empowering Urban Youth for Climate Action

By ALDA – European Association for Local Democracy Worldwide food production is responsible for a third of global greenhouse gas (GHC) emissions. More than a third of the global food production per year (40% at the European level) goes wasted, producing a significant impact on the climate, the environment and society. Contributing to sustainable agri-food […]

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Stop Climate Change, start a Climate of Change

By ALDA – European Association for Local Democracy The research-based Climate of Change (#CoC) campaign stems from taking strong measures against Climate Change by raising awareness among young people and decision-makers about the human face of environmental disasters: climate migrants. This project is funded by the DEAR Programme from the European Commission. Focusing on human […]

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