Proposals Environment

Moldova: Listen to Those who Cannot Themself Ask for Help

  March 2, 2013

It is expected to: create and launch a website, create groups in social networks, train a group of activists’ methods of promotion of sites and pages on social networks, create the movie didicated to problems of homeless animals and problem of cruelty to animals (shooting of homeless animals) and show it on local channels, post this video on youtube and in groups in social networks to draw the attention of civil society and authorities.

Spain: Options: Bank of Resources for Transformative Consumption

  March 1, 2013

The online Bank of Resources wants to be a virtual space providing practical tools and a platform for exchange and empowerment on conscious consumption. Its main element will be a collaborative map of transformative initiatives around Spain. It will be developed with citizens previously trained and further improved by the online community. By visualizing the existing options and providing resources we aim to inspire and encourage change.

Kenya: Community Media for Renewable Energy

  March 1, 2013

This project intends to train a community within the rift alley region of kenya,Tugen community living on bogoria.they will be trained on the use of online platforms to share stories on renewable energy. They work closely with a cbo Dyingo which champions the use of renewable energy within the region.The cbo gives them skill and knowledge on solar energy . The online platform will help them share stories of success on renewable energy.

Kenya: Rising Voices for Taita

  March 1, 2013

The project aims to train 15 community members on capturing local environmental cultural practices and how to feed the outputs back to the community via blog posts, online videos, photos, news articles with the objective of empowering local communities. This intends to give voice to Taita community culture and bring them on the know about their eroding behavior patterns and perceptions that favour environmental conservation.

Mexico: All Together Against Climate Change

  March 1, 2013

An Environmental Education program against climate change is running at schools in a city where the temperature through the year is too high. Students want to share their experience to the community and with others schools to be able to invite them to work against climate change and interchange innovative ideas through a blog, photographies and video.

Mexico: Environmental Video-journalism Workshop

  March 1, 2013

The aim is to create a network of digital video producers that develop stories of the environment and, preferably incorporating elements of ancient Mayan culture. The intention is to train 15 young people in the use of these technologies and build a visual memory of our environment, use, protection and services. The results will be micro-video stories that are disseminated through web supported by our networks and alliances.

Lebanon: Almidan Media Outreach Project

  March 1, 2013

Almidan NGO in Lebanon is planning to be part of the global digital world and use the social media as a tool of conversation with the community and members. Almidan is willing to find and invite other NGOs or civil societies who share the same ideas and objectives. Therefore, Almidan’s project will create a group blog, a digital photography group and a mobile phone application to have a continuous connection among members and invitees.

Nepal: Social Media vs. Environmental Awareness

  March 1, 2013

This project is designed to train rural youth about Social Media & Networking. Participants from different regions of Nepal will have opportunities to share their experiences and knowledge about environmental issues via social media. Blog competition among the trainee will encourage rural youth to use the online platform, the best blog will be selected as the project blog which will be equipped with the information shared by rural & urban youth.

Mexico: Seeing Through the Eyes of my Grandparents

  February 28, 2013

Shade coffee plantations are a reservoir of biological and cultural diversity. Families, usually work together cultivating the land. Therefore, this people have a spiritual, physical, social and cultural connection to their land. Accordingly with this, our project aims to promote the dialogue and an interchanges of knowledge between young and adults in a coffee-growing region, to rescue the bicultural knowledge.

Bangladesh: Get Involved, Be Informed, Make a Chnange

  February 26, 2013

This will be a yearlong project mentoring a group of young volunteers with an aim to build an expert group of young people for working human rights and environmental sustainability field through them contribution to the local community. Participants will work within the local community on various issues through, interviewing them, writing, blogging, photography, making short movie etc so that they can gather knowledge to share.