Articles tagged with: Environmental Education

2019 Call for Application

We are starting to look for new applicants for the 2019-2020 EU-China NGO Twinning Program!

  • Are you working in an NGO for social/environmental justice issues?
  • Are you interested in an intercultural exchange with China?

Then please consider applying to our program.

For further information about the program, see here.

And if you want to get a feel for our program, check out this video about the kick-off of our Alumni Network.


Chengdu Roots & Shoots & Zöld Kör / Green Circle 2018

Chengdu Roots & Shoots (Chengdu)
Zöld Kör / Green Circle (Hungary)

Comparing different systems of waste management, raising people’s awareness and advocate green policies

In this exchange program, the organizations will compare and analyze their different systems of waste management. Furthermore they will work with local communities and jointly start programs of environmental education for school and the public. In order to learn more about waste management in practice,  they are searching for dialogue with local people.

Evergreen Center for Sustainable Development (Beijing) & Youth Included (Czech Republic)

Evergreen Center for Sustainable Development, Beijing &
Youth Included, Czech Republic

Inclusion of migrants in environmental protection and education

Both China and Czechia face many environmental challenges. Pollution (air, water, and land pollution) and energy shortages are threatening the sustainability of communities. Both countries experienced a raise in population in the recent years. In China, migrant workers move from underdeveloped rural areas to cities, while in Czechia international migrants are settling to find a new home. The exchange partner’s aim is to explore how they can share their practices and environmental work with these groups.


Hong Kong Bird Watching Society & WWF Wadden Sea Office (Germany)

Hong Kong Bird Watching Society (Hong Kong)
WWF Wadden Sea Office (Germany)

Environmental education and awareness raising as a critical factor for long term conservation of coastal wetlands

The exchange, with a special focus on coastal birds, will provide insight into approaches of bird-related activities and rescources thus contributing to awareness raising and conservation both in the Wadden Sea and Hong Kong/China.