RCE Lucknow Observed Green Month in March

RCE Lucknow commemorated March as a ‘green month’, with a focus on the theme of 'Celebrating Nature'. During the month, the Centre for Environment Education, Northern Regional Cell (CEE North) and Institute of Wildlife Sciences, University of Lucknow conducted a series of events from 3-21 March in association with partner institutions to observe different environmental days.


Second IAU Global Survey Report Highlights Impact of COVID-19 on Higher Education

The International Association of Universities (IAU) has launched a report 'Higher Education One Year into the Covid-19 Pandemic', following the second edition of a global survey conducted on the impact of COVID-19 on higher education. The survey gathered institutional responses across four main areas: governance; teaching and learning; research; and community/societal engagement.

2022 IKSCM International Webinar Series

As the lead institution of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Indigenous Knowledge System and Cultural Management (IKSCM) Program, titled "Intensifying the Filipino Culture towards Sustaining the Indigenous Peoples' Knowledge System in Saving Natural Habitat, Landscape and Practices through Education and Community Development", Mariano Marcos State University (MMSU) will be conducting the 2022 IKSCM International Webinar Series via virtual mode in various thematic areas.

Save the Dates: UNESCO-UNFCCC Webinar Series - Climate Change Education and Social Transformation

UNESCO-UNFCCC's Webinar Series, On the Road to COP27, is dedicated to the goal of greening every education policy and curriculum to be climate ready. Taking place on the last Tuesday of every month, each episode will explore the critical role of climate change education, and how to harness its transformative power, in leading up to COP27. The dates are as follows: 26 April; 31 May; 28 June; 26 July; 30 August; 27 September; 25 October; 29 November.

Hawkesbury Resilience Project: Learn, Prevent, Prepare: Community Action for a Resilient Hawkesbury

A key project of RCE Greater Western Sydney, the Hawkesbury Resilience Project engaged and empowered residents to act on climate change. Residents of the Hawkesbury are not only experiencing and responding to acute incidents such as fires, floods, and heatwaves, but are experiencing the many social and ecological flow-on effects.


Applications Open for Young Leaders for the SDGs

On a biennial basis, 17 outstanding young leaders from across various sectors are recognised for their agency, courage and ingenuity in finding lasting solutions to the world's greatest challenges.

Throughout a two-year term, these Young Leaders will engage with youth for the 2030 Agenda through their platforms, networks, and advocacy opportunities with the United Nations and its partners.


Special RCE Session Held at 13th International Conference on Environmental and Rural Development

On 5 March, 2022, over 100 participants joined the 13th International Conference on Environmental and Rural Development online, organised by the International Society of Environmental and Rural Development, the Bohol Island State University, Philippines, and the Institute of Environmental Rehabilitation and Conservation, Japan, and co-organised by UNU-IAS.