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23 May 2023
‘Sufficiency Summit’ Video recordings, 4 May Hybrid between Science Po Paris and the University of South Australia
15 June 2023

Volunteering matching event Invitation 19 June: ‘Building Bridges for Climate Action’

Join UNESCO Green Citizens & Generation Climate Europe in ‘Building Bridges for Climate Action’!

UNESCO Green Citizens and Generation Climate Europe are powering this Volunteering Matching event taking place 19 June from 4pm-6pm (Paris time) via Zoom. The encounter will help connect young people wishing to volunteer with project owners from all around the world. The focus is on fostering meaningful connections and facilitating information.

If you are interested in engaging with projects that are trying to make this world a more fair and sustainable place to live do not hesitate in joining the event to get more information on how you can help and also how you can learn from these initiatives.

Project owners include: Education for Sustainability in the Brazilian Rainforest, Rise for Nature, Waterwise ways and Meli network.

Registration link here.


Generation Climate Europe

Generation Climate Europe (GCE) is the largest coalition of youth-led networks on climate and environmental issues at the European level. GCE unites the largest youth-led networks in Europe bringing together 381 national organisations across 46 countries in Europe. We are guided by the voices of over 20 million young Europeans.

UNESCO Green Citizens

UNESCO Green Citizens is the bridge between UNESCO’s scientific expertise, local citizen solutions and young people’s willingness to act against climate change.

UNESCO has identified over 150 local initiatives across 65 countries which are citizen driven, innovative, impactful, and replicable solutions across five key themes for the fight against global warming and to preserve the environment: Biodiversity, Ocean, Education for Sustainable Development, Indigenous and Local Knowledge, and Hydrology.