UNESCO/UNEP International Environmental Education Programme (IEEP)
UNESCO-PNUE Programme international d'éducation relative à l'environnement (PIEE)
1975, as a E-XE4161 - UNEP / B-XB3383 - UNESCO project, in response to Recommendation 96 of the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment, 1972, Stockholm (Sweden). Also referred to as International Environmental Education Programme -- Programme international d'éducation relative à l'environnement. No recent activity reported since 1995.
Foster clear awareness of, and concern about, economic, social, political and ecological interdependence in urban and rural areas; provide every person with opportunities to acquire the knowledge, values, attitudes, commitments and skills needed to protect and improve the environment; create new patterns of behaviour of individuals, groups and society as a whole towards the environment; facilitate the development of environmental education for sustainable development by linking institutions and specialists in a network and processing and disseminating information.
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