Webinar: Adaptation to climate change: sustainable lifestyles and the role of non-formal education

How are the themes of sustainable lifestyles and climate change related to each other?

How can non-formal education initiatives be integrated into projects and National Adaptation Plans?

What examples of success exist in Latin America and the Caribbean?

UN Environment invites you to participate in the following Webinar of the NAPS Community, which will seek to emphasize the central role that sustainable lifestyles and non-formal education play in determining the capacity to adapt to climate change. In this respect, the aim will be to demonstrate that sustainable lifestyles and non-formal education are key to the transformation towards a society that is prepared, informed and resilient to climate risks. The webinar will present experiences and initiatives promoted by the Ministry of Education in Chile and the Universidad del Bosque de Colombia.

AGENDA

Welcome from the NAPS Community

Moderator, Sebastian Rodriguez
Adaptation Specialist, Climate Change Unit
Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean
UN Environment

Presenters

Introduction, Adriana Zacarias Farah
Regional coordinator, Resource Efficiency Program
Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean
UN-Environment

Environmental education in the face of the climate change challenge, strategies implemented by the Ministry of the Environment of Chile
Roberto Gonzalez
Director, Department of Environmental Education,
Ministry of the Environment, Chile

Experience from Colombia
Kenneth Ochoa
Director of Environmental Engineering Program,
Faculty of Engineering, Universidad el Bosque, Colombia

Brief of the publication

  • Videos/Webinars
  • Spanish
  • Anónimo.

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