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The proceedings of the 7th Congress WEEC are available for all

proceedingsThe proceedings of the 7th World Congress on Environmental Education (WEEC, Marrakech, 9-14 June 2013) are published and available in pdf on www.environmental-education.org  web-site.

The work articulated between plenary sessions and thematic groups has shown the progresses in environmental education. The proceedings have almost 3300 pages spread over 11 thematic groups. Interventions of representatives from major international institutions are also presented: PNUE, l’UNESCO, l’ISESCO and speeches by Vandana Shiva who participated to the final session of the conference.

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Mohammed VI Foundation for Environmental Protection

 

fm6 bigThe Mohammed VI Foundation for Environmental Protection was established in 2001 and it is headed by a board of directors, and presided by HRH Princess Lalla Hasnaa. Council membership includes public and private operators. The Foundation has a functional organization with an associate chair, appointed by His Majesty King Mohammed VI in June 2001.
If preserving the environment is now accepted as an engine of growth for all countries in the world, it is especially important to Morocco, a veritable source of natural resources, which enhances the attractiveness of the tourism sector, a pillar of the national economy.

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WEEC Network

WEEC Network

logo weecSince 2003 the World Environmental Education Congress has taken place periodically.
The WEEC is a worldwide network of debate and research. The Network was established to give the Congresses continuity. The world meetings are coordinated by a Permanent Secretariat that has its headquarters in Torino, Italy, under the supervision of Istituto per l’Ambiente e l’Educazione. This will consequently favour discussions about the key issues in environmental education; the exchange of thoughts, experiences and proposals from one Congress to the next; and the creation of a worldwide community of research and practice in environmental education and sustainability.

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The promoters

Under the royal patronage of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, and under the presidency of Her Royal Highness Princess Lalla Hasnaa, President of the Mohammed VI Foundation for Environmental Protection, the Seventh World Environmental Education Congress (WEEC) will be held from June 9 - 14, 2013 at the Palais des Congres in Marrakech, Morocco.
Since its launch in June 2001, the FM6E has placed education and awareness issues at the heart of its mission to protect the environment by applying a federating and partnership approach. The previous congresses took place in Portugal, Brazil, Italy, South Africa, Canada and Australia. Thanks to a process initiated by the government, Morocco encourages a collective awareness of environmental issues to inspire daily behavioral changes in Moroccan citizens.
This year’s WEEC will shine a spotlight on Morocco, the first Arab-Muslim country to host this Congress

The event is organized by:

 

 Click here to see the 7th WEEC organigramme

WEEC Permanent Secreatariat

c/o Istituto per l'Ambiente e l'Educazione Scholé Futuro ONLUS Via Bligny 15, 10122 Torino (Italy) - Ph./Fax +390114366522

WEEC Permanent Secretariat


c/o Istituto per l'Ambiente e l'Educazione Scholé Futuro ONLUS

Via Bligny 15, 10122 Torino (Italy) - Ph./Fax +390114366522
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Fondation Mohammed VI pour la Protection de l'Environnement

Avenue Mohammed VI, rue El Madani Ibn Houssaïni, B.P: 5679
Rabat – MAROC - Tél: + 212 (0)5 37 65 88 44 (LG) – Fax: + 212 (0)5 37 65 55 31
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