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The Green Track
Training and workshops

Education and Environmental Activism in Rural Areas

The webinar will make young people in small towns aware of local environmental issues and will provide them with the information they need to engage in environmental conservation as part of the sustainable development of their towns.

  • climate change policy | environmental policy | legal system | health policy | public administration | rule of law
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  • Live streaming available

Practical information

When
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Languages
Romanian
Organisers
Asociația PUR ȘI SIMPLU VERDE
Website
https://pursisimpluverde.ro/webinar-green-track/
Social media links

Description

Contacts

General contact

Pur si Simplu Verde (“Simply Green”) is a non-governmental, independent and apolitical organisation, founded out of the conviction that the support and action of civil society is needed for Romania to develop sustainably.  Sustainable development ensures that the needs of people today are met, without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.

Our mission is to create an active community of volunteers, whose actions will bring about lasting change in all areas and at all levels of society. 

We need to act urgently to stop climate change and its effects on quality of life and health, which are causing the accelerated loss of biodiversity today. 

Our programs, projects and actions will focus on areas such as environmental protection, energy, education, health and digitalization. The activities aim at the development of local communities and the whole society.

The activity of the association is supported by a scientific council formed of professors from prestigious universities and reputable specialists from abroad. The members of the Council will be involved in the elaboration of strategies and provide support in all important issues of the association's activity.   

Name
Vlad Dima
Organisation
Asociația PUR ȘI SIMPLU VERDE
Website
https://www.pursisimpluverde.ro
Email
Phone number
+40721976591
Postal address
138 Ferdinand I Boulevard, ap. 2, 021388 Bucharest, Romania