Caring for the land, strengthening the community. A TOWN TO CELEBRATE
Tasting the cuisine of different pistos and wine of the area. Music. Film projection Talk and comment on the movie
People in 15 countries are celebrating the first European Day of Sustainable Communities
(20 September 2017) – From the Balkans to the Baltic Sea and along the western fringe of Europe, groups of pioneering people are celebrating the first European Day of Sustainable Communities. The diversity of events to mark the day – on the 23rd September 2017 – is impressive and includes
Transition Town Kinsale Celebrate the first European Day of Sustainable Communities
Join Transition Town Kinsale at the Community Orchard in Kinsale to celebrate the first European Day of Sustainable Communities. Fruit and Nut Tree Planting & Maintenance Talk with Thomas Riedmuller (permaculture teacher at Kinsale College) and The Community Orchard Harvest with Margret Thuillier (Transition Town Kinsale) Followed by the requisite
Apple Cider/Juice Pressing Event
Transition Monaghan will be hosting an apple pressing event on Saturday 23rd September. We encourage anyone who can gather any apples to bring them along to the Allotments and Community Gardens in Castleblayney on the day and see how the whole pressing process works. You can take your apple juice
Alternative Education Forum
Experience Exchange Event. We invite all educators, trainers, and leaders of social change for an open discussion about techniques and methods used in alternative education. We’ll be talking about Nonviolent Communication, Dragon Dreaming, Storytelling, Forum Theater, EduLARP, Eurythmy and Intercultural Competence. Bring with you new ideas and tasty, healthy snacks.
Stronger Together – Dublin 1 marks the first European Day of Sustainable Communities
Everyone involved in local, community-led action for a better and sustainable future is invited to join EU citizens all around Europe in celebrating the first “European Day of Sustainable Communities” (now each year on 23rd September). We know there are thousands of communities across Europe that are transforming themselves from
Denmark Farm 30th Anniversary Tea Party
On Sunday 24th September 2017, between 1pm and 4pm we will be holding a 30th Anniversary Celebration. This event is not our traditional Open Day but a wonderful opportunity to bring together some of the key players in the development of The Shared Earth Trust at Denmark Farm to share
O que será uma aprendizagem sustentável?
Conversa fishbowl: ISEG-ULisboa, 22 Setembro, 18h-20h Co-organizadores: Helena Marujo (ISCSP-ULisboa), Álvaro Fonseca Contacto ISEG: Manuel Laranja Texto de contextualização: Na sequência da segunda conversa que teve lugar no ICS-ULisboa a 18 Julho, propomos nova conversa, usando o formato fishbowl, com um enfoque no tema da sustentabilidade da educação e da
Seminar on Climate Action – Municipalities in Adaptation
The session where ECOLISE will be present will engage in a panel conversation about Youth and Climate Change.
Upaya Ambiente – Film Meeting – ‘Who Cares?’ – Mara Mourão
Film Meeting – Who cares? WHO CARES? is a film shot in seven countries which carries a very empowering message for individuals: anyone can be a change maker, regardless of leadership or marketable skills. It starts with having a vision for society while seeking accomplishment in one’s life through contributions