by Claire Greensfelder and Bridget Burns on behalf of the Women’s Major Group…
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by Bridget Burns, WEDO Project and Communications Coordinator. At COP18, in addition to facilitating the WDF program and WEDO communications, Bridget worked in collaboration with several individuals to establish an active youth gender working group.
The culmination of any two-week-long multilateral negotiations, particularly around a complex, urgent and global issue such as climate change, is always followed by a period of reaction and reflection. Stakeholders at every level,…Continue
Originally posted at WEDO.org http://www.wedo.org/news/and-when-the-world-wouldnt-listen-we-marched
RIO DE JANEIRO (JUNE 19)- On Monday June 18th, women took to the streets in Rio de Janeiro. WEDO, the Women's Environment and Development Organization, along with friends and allies from the Rio+20 Women's Major Group, was proud to…Continue
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Dear colleagues in sustainable development research and policy
On behalf of the Centre for Ethics and Value Inquiry of the University of Ghent (Belgium), I invite you to join a reflection on ‘the need for a common understanding of the principle of the green economy as a criterion for sustainable development’.
Since the beginning of the global negotiations on sustainable development, their central thematic concern has…