Global Climate Crisis: Seeking Solutions
Online Conference, 20 April 2020
Organized by the Bahá'í Chair for World Peace, University of Maryland
COVID-19, Climate, Collapse: Is There Any Hope? with Arthur Dahl
31 May 2020, 3 pm EST, 21:00 CET
You are cordially invited to a Zoom meeting and discussion with Arthur L. Dahl
on: COVID-19, Climate, Collapse: Is There Any Hope?
Deforestation and COVID-19
Emerging understanding of planetary and human health linkages
by IEF Member Michael Richards
Transforming Education for Sustainable Futures
Transforming Education for Sustainable Futures (TESF) is a UK Global Challenges Research Fund-supported Network Plus, co-ordinated out of the University of Bristol, working with partners in India, Rwanda, Somalia/Somaliland, South Africa, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. It undertakes collaborative research to Transform Education for Sustainable Futures.
Rethinking Success: a way to save the planet and ourselves
IEF members contributed to the virtual conference organized by its sister Baha'i-inspired organization, ebbf - Ethical Business Building the Future (ebbf.org) on 14-17 May 2020. The overall theme of that event was Rethinking Success: a way to save the planet and ourselves, with emphasis on the impact of the pandemic on our concepts of success.
In Pursuit of Hope in a Time of Crisis
Webinar with Arthur Dahl
Saturday 25 April 2020
The Wilmette Institute and ebbf-Ethical Business Building the Future are organizing a series of weekly webinars on the general theme Addressing the Present, Building the Future. The webinar on Saturday 25 April was on In Pursuit of Hope in a Time of Crisis featuring IEF President Arthur Dahl.
Countdown to International Day of Multilateralism
Friday 24 April 2020
The International Environment Forum is collaborating with UN2020: Civil Society Partnerships for the UN We Need, and Together First to support a week for multilateralism leading up to the International Day for Multilateralism on 24 April.
50th Earth Day 1970-2020
22 April 2020 marks the fiftieth anniversary of the first Earth Day, which was organized in the United States on 22 April 1970, helping to launch the environmental movement. It was initiated by Senator Gaylord Nelson after he saw the environmental damage from the Santa Barbara oil spill on the California coast the year before, and was organized by a group of young activists in Washington, DC. Twenty million Americans took part.
The future we want - the UN we need
Webcast 24 April 2020
Global Governance and the Pandemic
Two webinars with Maja Groff and Arthur Dahl