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The World Environment Day 2022

Organiser(s): The Green Institute Topics Community Development | Climate | Cross-sector partnerships | Evidence-based policy | Networking | Climate and the Environment | Humanitarian | Innovation and technology | Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
2022-06-05 17:00:00 2022-06-06 03:00:00 Australia/Sydney The World Environment Day 2022 The 2022 World Environmental Day virtual symposium is coming up on June 5, 2022, hosted by The Green Institute. Join a diverse group of knowledgeable experts who will share insights... Online The Green Institute Calendar Register

The 2022 World Environmental Day virtual symposium is coming up on June 5, 2022, hosted by The Green Institute.

Join a diverse group of knowledgeable experts who will share insights on the need to preserve and conserve resources and how The Green Institute can make peace with nature. Participants can also write and present articles on the different sub-themes alongside the keynote speakers and other distinguished professionals.

Humans have lived on the earth for over six million years. Humans have achieved a lot during this period by surpassing our imaginations with outstanding technological advancements. In addition, we moved the planet at warp speed from Pre-Jurassic levels to the current age of social interaction.

However, this incredible feat came at a cost. Humans have consumed many rare resources and depleted them considerably – sometimes to the point of no return. Likewise, we have wiped some plants and animals off the earth’s surface.

If humans progress further with this developmental pace and the use of the environmental resources goes unabated, the earth will head into ground zero. While this deterioration might be hard to picture, assessing the level of damage already done to the planet shows a progression to partial or even total doom – if we do nothing to reverse the status quo.

World Environment Day is one day mapped out for re-strategizing ways to save our dear planet from any dinosaur-era apocalypse. On this day, seasoned experts from different fields discuss preserving the earth and reserving enough resources to sustain our future generations. Here, you’ll engage other experts in other disciplines on ways to promote sustainable use of the earth’s scarce resources.

Join us.

 

Speakers

Professor Lars Hein, Deputy Chair, Environmental Systems Analysis Group, Wageningen University.

Niki Harré, Professor, School of Psychology, University of Auckland New-Zealand.

Dr. Zhao Shasha, Associate Professor at Surrey University Business School, UK.

Carolin Jonczyk, Deputy Project Lead, Youth Sustainable Development Solution Network