Dear participants, during these days we heard speeches, presentations, debates, we talked a lot each other. As panelist and many participants have been underlined, we experienced the crucial importance of a regular and continuous keeping in touch, to improve relationships, and to update our information on the policies at international and national level.In other words,… Read More
Your Royal Highness,
Today we have the great pleasure to open the 7th WEEC in Your presence and under the High Patronage of His Majesty the King of Morocco Mohammed VI.
Your Royal Highness, autorities and delegates of international, national and local institutions, dear participants coming from Morocco and from all over the World
Firts of all, I would like to thank sincerely the King of Morocco, the Mohammed VI Foundation for the protection of the environment and its President Her Royal Highness the Princess Lalla Hasnaa, the Foundation’s team and all those that have contributed, here in Morocco, to the congress’ organisation and to the success of this important international meeting : the people, the institutions, the Morocco’s scientific community and the city of Marrakech for their generous commitment.
I would also like to thank, in particularly, UNESCO, UNEP and ISESCO, whose highest delegates are taking part in this congress.
Green Room in Nairobi
Innovations in Higher Education for Sustainability: Launch of Platform for Sustainable Performance in Education
The Greenroom was a meeting room reserved primarily for the participating Major Groups and Stakeholders of civil society during the First Universal Session of the GC/GMEF of UNEP, from Monday 18th to Friday 22nd February 2013.
The event included keynote presentations on Innovations in Higher Education for Sustainability. A closing presentation on the upcoming 7th World Environmental Education Congress, 9-14 June 2013 in Morocco, was delivered by the WEEC Secretary General Mario Salomone.