(ARQUIVO DO IEEP
. Livro de Protocolo de papeis: 1912-1917).
During the 1970s and 1980s the UNESCO IEEP
continued to support the development of environmental education through publications--such as the UNESCO-UNEP IEEP
Environmental Education "green series" of books and the newsletter, Connect--and conferences, such as the Tbilisi + 10 meeting in Moscow in 1987, and regional meetings (including an Australian UNESCO seminar on Education and the Human Environment in 1975 (Linke, 1977)).
In 1975, the International Environmental Education Programme (IEEP
) was created in order to develop knowledge and foster actions that could contribute to environmental protection and management.
(ed.), (1996), EECONET and the Wildlands Project, Proceedings of the European North American Workshop, Lisbon, 6-7 July 1995, IEEP
In fact, from the outside looking in, what Zimbabwe is doing with its Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment Programme (IEEP
) seems quite weird.
The report was drawn up jointly by the Institute for European Environmental Policy (IEEP
), the Secretariat of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands, the Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB) Programme of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), Wetlands International, the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ) and the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
08/11/2010, INSTITUTE FOR EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY (IEEP
) -- The first study to review indirect land use change (ILUC) impacts of the EU-wide increase in biofuels use up to 2020, concludes that European policy does not adequately protect the environment.
The Inclusive Elementary Educators Program (IEEP
) has its own curriculum of merged pedagogy with field experiences in inclusive classrooms.
A report from the Institute for European Environmental Policy (IEEP
) said that the UK was far behind countries such as Denmark, where wind meets 29% of demand, Spain, where it accounts for 20% of power needs, and Germany where it meets 15% of demand.
Carolina Valsecchi, of the IEEP
, said: "The twin crises of obesity and climate change are clearly interlinked through the switch from muscle power to engine power for transport.
report warned changing behaviour would be a large scale effort costing millions of pounds, but a first step could be banning cars from schools or local shops and other facilities where people routinely drive.