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RCE Kano (Nigeria) ESD/SDGs Secondary Schools Quiz Competition

Greetings from RCE Kano, Nigeria. I hope this message finds  all of you well. As promised, i forward herewith the links to RCE Kano's 2017 ESD /SDGs Secondary schools' quiz competition. I am extremely glad to tell you that the quiz competition has awakened every segment of the region from slumber and has created momentum towards ESD. We were receiving an average of 1008 (one thousand and eight) messages weekly, when it was being aired for 12 weeks in a row with requests for more information, how to join the RCE or get more information on ESD, clarifications, suggestions and calls for continuity and wider coverage. It was indeed one of the most successful public sensitization and reorientation measures on ESD. As a result of the huge success recorded (and still counting), we feel we have to share it with all of you. We plan to make it a national program and we are working towards that right now.
Most sincerely,
Ali Bukar Ahmad

FIND BELOW THE VIDEO LINKS OF  "RCE KANO ESD/SDG SECONDARY SCHOOLS QUIZ COMPETITION 2017 EDITION" BY EPISODES

Episode 1a link:  https://youtu.be/CjTotk8K0bQ

Episode 1b link:  https://youtu.be/hzex-68ZDnc

Episode 2a link:  https://youtu.be/Fhf-ZOCLb-8

Episode 2b link:  https://youtu.be/oA2Y2--11CY

Episode 3a link:  https://youtu.be/Fhf-ZOCLb-8

Episode 3b link:  https://youtu.be/7C9KTgxZMCM

Episode 4a link:  https://youtu.be/us-GMpg_2EI

Episode 4b link:  https://youtu.be/ezO_99KOxGY

RCE Saskatchewan Submissions on Common Ground Drainage Diversion Project

The following documents pertain to RCE Saskatchewan's engagement with the Common Ground Drainage Diversion Project seeking to divert water from the Quill Lakes basin into the north end of Last Mountain Lake.

(1) Letter from Calling Lakes Ecomuseum to Hon. Scott Moe, Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment, June 15, 2017

(2) Reply from Hon. Scott Moe to Calling Lakes Ecomuseum, July 26, 2017

(3) Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment rejection of need for Environmental Assessment, determination of September 8, 2017

(4) RCE Saskatchewan Letter to Federal Ministry of Environment and Climate Change requesting Environmental Impact Assessment, Nov. 19, 2017

(5) RCE Saskatchewan Letter to Federal Ministry in response to request for input on whether to conduct Federal EIA, Nov. 24, 2017

(6) Reply from Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency, January 24, 2018

Notes from First Global RCE Thematic Conference in Okayama, Dec. 5-7, 2017

Please find attached important notes from the First Global RCE Thematic Conference in Okayama, Japan, held from December 5-7, 2017. The 3 conference themes were biodiversity, climate change, and sustainable consumption and production. The meeting notes include links to a number of RCE and UN agency activities working on Education for Sustainable Development. In addition, I have added some quotations from delegates and presenters that I thought were notable. It ends with a few photos including one following the Global RCE Awards Ceremony in which RCE Saskatchewan received an "Outstanding Flagship Project Award" for the "Community Collaboration for Potash Mine Engagement" project. Congratulations to everyone involved in that project, especially the community of Havelock!

Thank you especially to Dr. Adela Kincaid who also attended the conference on behalf of RCE Saskatchewan.

Hopefully you find the notes and the resource materials it links to helpful.

Roger Petry, Co-coordinator
RCE Saskatchewan

New Global UNESCO Report on ESD Released to General UN Assembly

The Report of the Director General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization on the implementation of education for sustainable development is attached. The following provides details about the release:

http://www.unesco.org/new/en/unesco-liaison-office-in-new-york/about-thi...

School of Environment and Sustainability at U of S Open House

Dear ENVS 992 Project Partners,

As a community partner in the SENS Master of Sustainable Environmental Management and/or Master of Water Security program, your organization has expressed interest in working with or has been working with our students on projects fostering sustainability and environmental stewardship.

I’m pleased to inform you that we are hosting an Open House on Tuesday, November 7th at 4:30 p.m. at the U of S to provide more information to current students and professionals on our project-based degree offerings.

This may be of interest to your employees, and I would be thankful if you would consider circulating the attached invitation to them. In addition, here is a link to ourbrochure.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions. Thank you for your continued support of SENS.

Regards,

Andrea

 

 Andrea Eccleston, M.A.

Graduate Professional Programs Coordinator

School of Environment and Sustainability

University of Saskatchewan

323 Kirk Hall, 117 Science Place

Saskatoon, SK S7N 5C8

Office:306-966-8755

Fax: 306-966-2298

Email:andrea.eccleston@usask.ca

Website:http://www.usask.ca/sens/

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