INSTITUTIONS @ IGEE

The institutions represented through the delegates and speakers at the International Greening Education Events include:

Argentina: Universidad de La Punta, San Luis Province; Universidad de San Andrés

Armenia: American University of Armenia, Yerevan, Armenia
Australia: Bentleigh College Victoria, Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, Melbourne; Edmund Rice Education Australia; Glen Huntly Primary School; Griffith University; LaTrobe University; Melbourne Graduate School of Education; St. Kilda Park Primary School, Victoria University; University of New England, University of South Australia; The University of Melbourne; Thornbill Eco Education; Tallebudgera Beach Outdoor Educational School; University of Technology; Victoria University; Challenger Institute of Technology; NAC Consulting; Queensland University; University of Adelaide; University of Tasmania;
Bahrain: The Kingdom University

Bangladesh: University Grants Commission

Belgium: Flemish Government Environment Department
Bulgaria: Varna University of Medicine
Canada: Thompson Rivers University; Grant MacEwan University; McMaster University; National Film Board of Canada; Nipissing University; Toronto Training Board; Saint Mary´s University; Laurentian University; Queen‘s University; University of Guelph; University of Saskatchewan; York University; Wilfrid Laurier University; Yukon College
Denmark: Danish Science Communication
Egypt: Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology; Pioneers Corporate for Educational Services
Estonia: Estonian University of Life Sciences; Keskkonnakogu SA, Tallinn
European Institutions: The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe; European Training Foundation; and Centre Européen pour le Développement de la Formation Professionnelle/ The European Centre for the Development of Vocatonal Training (CEDEFOP)
Finland: Alto School of Economics, Laskut; Centre for Environment HENVI Organisation, German School Helsinki; MTT Agrifood Research; University of Helsinki

France: Agence Française de Développement; International School of Paris
Germany:
“Education meets Development” Reutlingen; Foundation for Environmental Education, Hamburg; Fraunhofer Institute; Fritz-Erler-School (FES), Pforzheim; Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH; High School, Bad Kreuznach; Institute of Environmental and Sustainability Communication; Institute for the International Education of Students, University of Freiburg; International Comprehensive School Heidelberg; International University of Applied Sciences, Bad Honnef; Leuphana University Lüneburg; Karlsruhe Institute of Technology; Ministry of Education, Science, Youth, and Culture, Rhineland-Palatinate; Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports, Baden-Wuerttemberg; Technical University (TU) of Darmstadt; University of Education Karlsruhe; University of Heidelberg; Tulla High School Rastatt; International School Frankfurt; University of Applied Sciences, Wuerzburg-Schweinfurt; ABU Consult Berlin

Ghana: University of Cape Coast
Greece: Technological Educational Institute of Kalamata
Great Britain: Aston Business School, British Council; Cardiff University; Coatbridge College; Coventry University; Cumbernauld College; Kingston University; Liverpool John Moores University; The University of Oxford; University of Reading; University of Strathcylde; South Nottingham College

Hongkong: English Schools Foundation
Hungary: Széchenyi István University
Ireland: Co-Clare VEC; Dublin City University

India: Indian Institute of Technology; ITM Group

Indonesia: Ministry of Education and Culture; Ministry of Environment; Research and Community Services, Gadjah Mada University; Vocational School 6 Malang

Israel: Ministry of Education; and Educational Psychology, Jerusalem Municipality

Italy: ADAPT, Marco Biagi Centre for International and Comparative Studies, University of Modena & Reggio Emilia; ENEL Green Power

Jamaica: The University of the West Indies

Japan: Hiroshima University; Kyoto University; Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine; University of Yamanashi

Jordan: King's Academy; Queen Rania Al Abdallah Center for Environmental Sciences & Technology, Jordan University of Science and Technology; Alliyah School

Kuwait: Institute for Private Education/ NAFAES Holding Co.; Kuwait University; Kuwait English School

Luxembourg: Ministry of Education

Latvia: University of Latvia
Malaysia: Sultan Idris University of Education; University Kuala Lumpur; University Kebangsaan; Universiti Malaysia Perlis; Universiti Putra Malaysia; Universiti Sains Malaysia; WWF Malaysia

Madagascar: ProVert, Malagasy Lutheran Church

Namibia: University of Namibia

Netherlands: Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences; Hogeschool Utrecht; International School of Hague

New Zealand: Lincoln University; University of Auckand

Nigeria: Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University; brahim Badamasi Babangida University; Obafemi Awolowo University

Norway: Norges Naturvernforbundet (Friends of the Earth Norway); Utdanningsforbundet (Union of Education Norway)

Pakistan: National University of Science and Technology

Philippines: Association for Development Finance Institutions in Asia Pacific

Poland: Ministry of Education; National School of Public Administration

Qatar: College of North Atlantic; Qatar Foundation

Romania: Al. I. Cuza” Iasi University; West University Timisoara

Russia: Tomsk Polytechnic University

Saudi Arabia: King Abdul Aziz Univeristy; King Saud University; Prince Mohammad Bin Fahad University

South Africa: North West University; Environment & Language Education Trust (ELET); Somerset College

South Korea: Yonsei University

Spain: IE University; EADA Business School; Instituto de Empresa Business School; Universidad de Granada; Regional Activity Centre for Cleaner Production, United Nations Environment Program - Mediterranean Action Plan, Regional Centre Under the Stockholm Convention; University of Deusto

Sweden: IIIEE, Lund University

Switzerland: International School of Lausanne; Science4all

Tanzania: University of Daressalam

Turkey: Istanbul Technical University

United Arab Emirates: MASDAR Institute of Science & Technology; Environment Agency Abu Dhabi; Higher Colleges of Technology, Dubai; Emirates Wildlife Society –WWF; Qatr Al Nada school; Abu Dhabi Indian school; Zayed University

United States: Alliance to Save Energy; Bristol Community College; California Polytechnic; Central Connecticut State University; Carnegie Mellon University; Champlain College; Clarkson University; East Carolina University; Emory University; Fairfield University; Francis Marion University; Haynes Bridge Middle School; Indiana University; Purdue University; The Kania School of Management; The Pennsylvania State University; National Science Foundation; Southern Westeyan University; State University New York; SUNY Empire State College; Sustainance International; University of Portland; US Department of State; University of St. Thomas; Utah State University; Whitman College; Williams College

Zimbabwe: National University of Science and Technology

The global academic community and other stakeholders interested in the subject of transforming education meet annually in Karlsruhe, Germany. If you would like to discuss your active participation, you are welcome to contact us via e-mail: mail [@] eosd.org.

 

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Education & the Sustainability Challenge »

 

 

IGEE PLATFORM TO ADDRESS KEY QUESTIONS:

 

What academic institutions and educators need to do to effectively respond to the fast changing global scenario?
How to successfully position academic institutions as one of the key leaders in creating a sustainable world – environmentally, socially and economically?
What competencies, capacities, abilities, skills and attitudes are increasingly in demand and will be the “must-haves” in the future?
How to engage young and adult learners in sustainable development?

These and many other fundamental questions need to be extensively discussed and answered to launch or to intensify our efforts for mainstreaming sustainability in education.
 


 

Education Policy Makers and Representatives of Governments, Multilateral Institutions and Sustainable Development Organisations
Heads/ Senior Members of Academic Institutions
Faculty Members of Universities and School Teachers

Who Attends?

Research Scholars and Human Development Professionals
Representatives of Technical, Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Institutions
Environmental Educationists
Senior Managers/ Administrators of Educational Institutions

 

Sustainable Development Practitioners, Environmental Professionals, HR Trainers and all those involved or interested in shaping education and training for the changing world

 

Lord Mayor of Karlsruhe Dr. Frank Mentrup (Left) of the host city of Karlsruhe and Ambassador of Romania to Germany & Former Minister of Foreign Affairs His Excellency Mr. Lazăr Comănescu (Right) addressing the IGEE conference delegates.

The Education for Sustainability │International Greening Education Event is a hallmark event for transforming education and making it more responsive to the 21st century challenges. It is a well known platform world-wide that supports educational institutions on their sustainability journey. This premier event also fosters collaboration among global academic community, policymakers, sustainable development practitioners, teachers and those who are working to create a more sustainable world.