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Legal Entity of Public Law - Environmental Information and Education Center of the Ministry of Environment Protection and Agriculture of Georgia continues an informational campaign that intends to hold trainings ,, Environmental Democracy - human rights and responsibilities’’ in the whole country.
Within the campaign, participants of the Green Camp for Young Leaders and Innovators organized by CENN visited the Environmental Information and Education Centre.
The director of the Environmental Information and Education Centre Tamar Aladashvili met the students and spoke to them about the implementation of the responsibilities imposed by the Aarhus Convention and the role of human environmental rights and accessibility on the environmental information.  
Implementation of the above-mentioned trainings aims to facilitate the implementation of the commitments of the Aarhus Convention. The Aarhus Convention which member  Georgia has became in 2001, obligates the signatory countries to provide the availability of environmental information, the participation of the society in the decision-making process and access to justice in this field. 
The Environmental Information and Education Centre will continue to hold the trainings regarding human environmental rights and responsibilities until the end of 2019.
The Green Camp is held by the support of the European Neighbourhood Programme for Agriculture and Rural development.The main aim of this camp is to improve the accessibility on the knowledge for the youth toward the environment protection, sustainable development, science and technologies.

 
9/25/2019

The Environmental Information and Education Centre held an informational meeting with the Waldorf School students.

The head of the Service of Ambient Air Protection of the Ministry of Environment Protection and Agriculture Noe Megrelishvili met the students and spoke to them about the importance and history of the International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer. The students also heard a presentation concerning the ozone layer, the current situation and achieved results of Georgia in this direction.

During the meeting the students got the information concerning the new contest of the centre that is supported by UNDP within the project ,,Strengthening Institutional Capacity to Promote Implementation of the Montreal Protocol'' and is dedicated to the celebration of the International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer with the slogan - ,,Protect the Ozone Layer- Protect the Earth’’. School Students of VII-XII classes, as well as University students and video graphic artists can participate in the contest.

 
9/24/2019

The Environmental Information and Education Centre held an informational meeting with the European School students dedicated to the International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer. 
The director of the Environmental Information and Education Centre Tamar Aladashvili, the head of the Service of Ambient Air Protection of the Ministry of Environment Protection and Agriculture Noe Megrelishvili and the representative of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) met the students, congratulated them on the new school year and spoke to them about the importance and history of the International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer. The students also heard a presentation concerning the ozone layer, the current situation and achieved results of Georgia in this direction.
Tamar Aladashvili announced to the students the information concerning the new contest of the centre that is supported by UNDP within the project ,,Strengthening Institutional Capacity to Promote Implementation of the Montreal Protocol'' and is dedicated to the celebration of the International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer with the slogan - ,,Protect the Ozone Layer- Protect the Earth’’. School Students of VII-XII classes, as well as University students and video graphic artists can participate in the contest.
The meeting was held in the interactive format and the European School students got complete answers to their questions.

 
 
 
9/16/2019

Legal Entity of Public Law - Environmental Information and Education Center of the Ministry of Environment Protection and Agriculture of Georgia has started an informational campaign that intends to hold trainings ,, Environmental Democracy - human rights and responsibilities’’ in the whole country.

Within the campaign, the first training was held in Ambrolauri and the participants of this meeting were the public sector of the municipalities of Racha-Lechkhumi and Kvemo Svaneti region as well as representatives of non-governmental sector and print media of the region. The director of the Environmental Information and Education Centre Tamar Aladashvili addressed to the participants of the training and spoke to them about the implementation of the responsibilities imposed by the Aarhus Convention and the role of human environmental rights and accessibility on the environmental information.  The director of the centre emphasized the importance of the Environmental Information and Education Centre in informing the society and protecting environmental rights. 

Implementation of the above-mentioned trainings aims to facilitate the implementation of the commitments of the Aarhus Convention. The Aarhus Convention which member  Georgia has became in 2001, obligates the signatory countries to provide the availability of environmental information, the participation of the society in the decision-making process and access to justice in this field. 

The Environmental Information and Education Centre will hold the trainings regarding human environmental rights and responsibilities until the end of 2019 for the representatives of municipalities of all the regions of Georgia.

 
 
 
9/10/2019

Within the information campaign on biodiversity, the Environmental Information and Education Centre held informational meetings to raise awareness of the local community in Mtskheta-Mtianeti region.

The first part of the meetings was dedicated to the issues related to the regulation of the amount of wildlife, including legislative regulatory norms, regulatory procedures, causes and preventive measures of the attack from wild animals. In the second part of the meeting, the focus was on reptiles, their role and importance in ecosystems. During the meetings, with the help of experts, the participants learnt to detect poisonous and non-venomous snakes and to distinguish their bites from each other using morphological observation method and heard recommendations on how to behave in the case of meeting with snakes and being bitten by them.
Through the discussions, problematic issues related to the municipality were identified, on which the participants got the concrete recommendations from the field specialists.
The participants of the meetings were provided with the information brochures,, Learn More’’ and,, Wild Animals and Human’’.
Within the informational campaign on biodiversity, the Environmental Information and Education Centre will continue meetings in the municipalities of the whole country.

 
 

 

 
9/6/2019

The Environmental Information and Education Centre continues to implement the textbook  ,,Pre-school Environmental Education’’ in the whole country to promote environmental education. With this purpose, the representatives of the centre trained preschool teachers and methodists in Tsalenjikha Municipality and provided them with the educational resources.

 

The textbook Pre-school Environmental Education was  adopted within the school readiness program, which includes the theoretical issues and practical exercises suitable for the age. This manual unites three environmental topics: biodiversity around us, water and ground conservation and waste management.

 

The textbook has already implemented in Tbilisi Municipality, Kakheti, Guria, Mtskheta-Mtianeti, Shida and Kvemo Kartli regions and is implementing in Imereti and Samtskhe-Javakheti.

 
9/3/2019

The Environmental Information and Education Centre continues to implement the textbook  ,,Pre-school Environmental Education’’ in the whole country to promote environmental education. With this aim, the representatives of the centre trained preschool teachers and methodists in Chkhorotsku Municipality and provided them with educational resources.

 

The textbook Pre-school Environmental Education was  adopted within the school readiness program, which includes the theoretical issues and practical exercises suitable for the age. This manual unites three environmental topics: biodiversity around us, water and ground conservation and waste management.

 

The textbook has already implemented in Tbilisi Municipality, Kakheti, Guria, Mtskheta-Mtianeti, Shida and Kvemo Kartli regions and is implementing in Imereti and Samtskhe-Javakheti.

 
8/27/2019

The Environmental Information and Education Centre continues to implement the textbook  ,,Pre-school Environmental Education’’ in the whole country to promote environmental education. With this purpose, the representatives of the centre trained preschool teachers and methodists from Zugdidi Municipality and provided them with the educational resources.

 

The Director of the Centre Tamar Aladashvili addressed to the participants of the meeting and underlined the important role of the pre-school education in solving environmental problems. The director remarked, that the textbook will be implemented in the whole country until the end of 2019 and the centre will remain to promote the pre-school environmental education with the other activities as well.

 

The textbook Pre-school Environmental Education was  adopted within the school readiness program, which includes the theoretical issues and practical exercises suitable for the age. This manual unites three environmental topics: biodiversity around us, water and ground conservation and waste management.

 

The textbook has already implemented in Tbilisi Municipality, Kakheti, Guria, Mtskheta-Mtianeti, Shida and Kvemo Kartli regions and is implementing in Imereti and Samtskhe-Javakheti. 

 

8/26/2019

Within the information campaign on biodiversity, the Environmental Information and Education Centre held an informational meeting to raise awareness of the local community in Tetritskaro Municipality.
The first part of the meeting was dedicated to the issues related to the regulation of the amount of wildlife, including legislative regulatory norms, regulatory procedures, causes and preventive measures of the attack from wild animals. In the second part of the meeting, the focus was on reptiles, their role and importance in ecosystems. During the meeting, with the help of experts, the participants learnt to detect poisonous and non-venomous snakes and to distinguish their bites from each other using morphological observation method and heard recommendations on how to behave in the case of meeting with snakes and being bitten by them.
During the discussion, problematic issues related to the municipality were identified, on which the participants got the concrete recommendations from the field specialists.
The participants of the meeting were provided with the information brochures,, Learn More’’ and,, Wild Animals and Human’’.
Within the informational campaign on biodiversity, the Environmental Information and Education Centre will continue meetings in the municipalities of the whole country.

 
8/24/2019

The Environmental Information and Education Centre continues to implement the textbook  ,,Pre-school Environmental Education’’ in the whole country to promote environmental education. With this purpose, the representatives of the centre trained preschool teachers and methodists in Mestia Municipality and provided them with the educational resources.

 

The Director of the Centre Tamar Aladashvili addressed to the participants of the meeting and underlined the important role of the pre-school education in solving environmental problems. The director remarked, that the textbook will be implemented in the whole country until the end of 2019 and the centre will remain to promote the pre-school environmental education with the other activities as well.

 

The textbook Pre-school Environmental Education was  adopted within the school readiness program, which includes the theoretical issues and practical exercises suitable for the age. This manual unites three environmental topics: biodiversity around us, water and ground conservation and waste management.

 

The textbook has already implemented in Tbilisi Municipality, Kakheti, Guria, Mtskheta-Mtianeti, Shida and Kvemo Kartli regions and is implementing in Imereti and Samtskhe-Javakheti. 


 

8/23/2019

Participants of The CENN Ecocamp ,,Water and Human Rights’’ visited the Environmental Information and Education Centre.
The Deputy Director of the centre Ekaterine Bendeliani met the guests and presented activities of the centre to them. The second part of the meeting was dedicated to environmental human rights as part of which, the participants heard presentations on the Aarhus Convention and Sustainable Development. They got acquainted with the main principles of the convention, rules and terms for requesting public information.
At the end of the meeting, the discussion was held with the participation of Mariam Tsikaradze, favourite eco-speaker of the centre from the Niko Ketskhoveli School Awards and the participants of the meeting discussed the opportunities for use of the obtained information.
The Environmental Information and Education Centre, whose one of the main objectives is to support and popularize environmental education in the country, will continue to hold similar meetings with the young people interested in environmental issues in the future.

 
8/21/2019

Within the information campaign on biodiversity, the Environmental Information and Education Centre held an informational meeting to raise awareness of the local community in Marneuli Municipality.
The first part of the meeting was dedicated to the issues related to the regulation of the amount of wildlife, including legislative regulatory norms, regulatory procedures, causes and preventive measures of the attack from wild animals. In the second part of the meeting, the focus was on reptiles, their role and importance in ecosystems. During the meeting, with the help of experts, the participants learnt to detect poisonous and non-venomous snakes and to distinguish their bites from each other using morphological observation method and heard recommendations on how to behave in the case of meeting with snakes and being bitten by them.
During the discussion, problematic issues related to the municipality were identified, on which the participants got the concrete recommendations from the field specialists.
The participants of the meeting were provided with the information brochures,, Learn More’’ and,, Wild Animals and Human’’.
Within the informational campaign on biodiversity, the Environmental Information and Education Centre will continue meetings in the municipalities of the whole country.

 
8/20/2019
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