Fridays for future. Alongside young people all over the world

The WEEC World Environmental Education Network adheres to Fridays for Future by providing its information channels and offices. March 15th mobilization day against the climate catastrophe. From the WEEC Secretary General Mario Salomone an appeal to join. Read More

WEEC2019, new Call: Patterns of Complexity in an Anthropocene Environmental Curriculum

A new thematic cluster proposal for the 10th WEEC Congress – Bangkok 3-7 November 2019 Read More

Two postdoctoral position in Sweden

Two 2-years postdoctoral position are open at the Environmental sociology group, Orebro University, Sweden Read More

“Gilets jaunes”. A special focus on the Francophonie by Roland Gerard

Roland Gerard will regularly intervene on the EEDD. Hare his first article Read More

Final Report of the World EE Day 2018, see you in 2019

Many interesting case histories animated the World EE Day 2018. Here you are a selection. Now we can look forward to the next edition in October 2019 Read More

The new issue of the Journal of EE is now online

The new Issue, n.14 of the journal Environmental Education: Regards – Research – Reflections has been added to the OpenEdition Journals Portal | Revues.org. Read More

World EE Day: the first events took place all over the world

Let’s go to have a look to the first events organised for the World EE Day.  From Iran to Canada, From Italy to Australia. And you can still particpate! Send us your event Read More

Uqam EE course, admission until December 1st

The 1st of December is the admission deadline for the Second cycle on environmental education (Uqam Québec University, Montreal) Read More

The Manifesto for Environmental Education in Europe

Support the manifesto for EESD in Europe! ­­Environmental education towards sustainable development (EESD) is a necessity. There’s a wide acknowledgement about that on several European and International papers. Recently, the Paris Agreement resulting from the CoP21 dedicates its conclusions on the World Wide View global debate, which involved 10,000 people from 76 countries and places… Read More

European Manifesto EEDD – Educating for the Environment and Sustainable Development – 2015

Environmental education towards Sustainable Development (EESD) is a necessity. Several European and international official texts recognize it from a long time and encourage l member countries to take action. The very recent United Nations Summit on Sustainable Development in 2015 (25-27 / 9/2015) further states this in its Objective 4, on Education: “By 2030, ensure… Read More