FEE Ģenerālās Asamblejas priekškonferences programma

Pirmdien, 15. jūnijā Liepājā uzsākoties FEE Ģenerālajai Asamblejai, viesnīcas "Promenāde" konferenču zālē norisināsies priekškonference. Tās programma ir sekojoša (konference norisināsies angļu valodā):11:30 – 11:35 Opening of the FEE AGM events in Liepaja by FEE Latvia and Ministry of the Environment Latvia
11:35 – 11:50 Keynote/welcome speech by FEE President Jan Erikssen
11:50 – 13:00 Current developments in the programmes of FEE International
• Estela G. Perreira (Portugal): Updates in Eco-Schools Programme globally
• Bjorn Helge Bjornstad (Norway): Learning about Forests
• Nanna Balsby (Denmark): Blue Flag
• Erick van Dijk (Netherlands): Green Key
• Sophie Bachet (France): Young Reporters for the Environment
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch
14.00 – 15.30: Programmes in national member organisations with a potential for international perspective
Presentation 1: José Archer (Portugal): ECOXXI. Aiming at sustainability in Municipalities through indicators and the interest on the development of this project in other member countries.
Presentation 2: Tegryn Jones (Wales): Litter and Waste – A new programme for FEE? At the FEE / UNEP Conference in Kenya last year a number of countries expressed an interest in further developing work in the area of litter and waste. Amongst the current FEE membership there are organisations whose prime role is to tackle litter and waste issues. This session will investigate if there is potential in developing a new programme on litter and waste for FEE.
Presentation 3: Krzysztof Florys (Poland): “Bike Friendly” – new Certification Scheme for Travel-Related Services for Cyclists and placesthat promote sustainable transport. The main goal of this project is to improve quality of travel-related services for a specific target group of bicyclists and cycle tourists through the implementation of the national certification scheme of such services called "Bike Friendly". The certification scheme will define quality standards comparable to existing certification schemes in other EU countries. In addition, the Polish scheme also deals with tourism destinations catering to the needs of bicyclists and cycle tourists and it introduces an original system of points of first aid and technical assistance along the cycle routes. It’s eco certificate which goal is to promote sustainable tourism and transport.
15:30 – 16:00 Coffee break
16.00 – 18:00 Programmes in national member organisations with a potential for international perspective (continued)
Presentation 4: José Archer (Portugal): Sand pathogens and their indicators on coastal and inland designated beaches. This project has been in evolution since 2000 in order to establish an adequate methodology for sand quality analysis assessment. As there is an interest from some FEE member countries in implementing such a project and as the results found are highlysignificant, this case study might be of interest to include in the Blue Flag for Beaches Criteria.
Presentation 5: Leonidas Collas (Greece): ‘Green Corners in our neighbourhood’, a programme for education and action within the school community. It is an educational programme initiated by HSPN in Greece that teaches young children to create ‘green corners’ in an otherwise bleak environment, devoid of natural planting etc., in their immediate living or school area.
Presentation 6: Jan Kala (CFME, Czech Republic). Bringing together environmental education and local cultural awareness: Beyond the School programme”. The Beyond the School Project helps to develop this deeper understanding about issues of sustainable development whilst at the same time offering children and young people a variety of other activities which support the developement of a wide range of skills.
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Presentation 7: Liga Zute (Latvia State Forests). JSC „Latvia’s State Forests” social campaigns for cleaner forests and greener society.
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18:00 – 19:00 Work with FEE programmes in regions (for FEE Members)
Discussion group 1: FEE member organisations from North and South America (Chairs: LD and SW)
Discussion group 2: FEE member organisations from northern Europe, Asia and Oceania (Chairs: JE and HK)
Discussion group 3: FEE member organisations from southern Europe and Africa (Chairs: MP and HC)

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