Climate change Learning Initiative Mobilizing Action Transforming Environments in Asia Pacific (CLIMATE Asia Pacific)
Aug 2010, by Center for Environmental Concerns-Philippines, Asia South Pacific Association for Basic and Adult Education (ASPBAE) and Institute for International Cooperation of the German Adult Education Association (DVV-International).
Work for awareness raising and capacity building of Asia Pacific peoples to understand climate change, its root causes and impact, and people's responses to find appropriate and urgent solutions to the global problem; facilitate dialogues and education programs among people's organizations and social movements in the region for informed engagement with national governments, regional and global platforms towards climate justice; strengthen alliances with people's organizations, labour organizations, peasant organizations, indigenous peoples, women's organizations, environmentalists, social movements and academia to bring about effective elimination of the causes of climate change; ensure that peoples' voices are heard in policy development and advocate for better policy on climate change and education in the Asia Pacific region.Available with paid subscription only.
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