Commonwealth Women at the Forefront of Sustainability: Water-Food-Energy Nexus
The Women Environment and Climate Action Network (WECAN) Forum 2015
Risxcel UK Ltd, Global Water Sustainability Forum (GWSF) of the World Pulse, Northern School of Permaculture UK and Women Environment and Climate Action Network (WECAN) Initiative,
Public Forum, March 2015, London, UK
It is with great pleasure that Risxcel UK Ltd, Northern School of Permaculture UK, Women Environment and Climate Action Network (WECAN) Initiative in collaboration with the Global Water Sustainability Forum (GWSF), hereby invites you to participate in the WECAN Public Forum 2015 to celebrate Wangari Maathai Day 2015, International Women’s Day/Week 2015, Commonwealth Day/Week 2015 and African Women’s Decade 2010 – 2020.
Theme: Commonwealth Women at the forefront of Sustainability: Water-Food-Energy Nexus
Date: Tuesday, 3rd March 2015
Time: 10.00 – 16.30
Venue: London, UK
The objective of the forum is to introduce the concept of environmental entrepreneurship, touching issues of renewable energy, organic gardening, agribusiness, ecological building systems and climate friendly technologies to supports women’s sustainable development and active agents of change in building resilient communities and promoting the Economy for the Common Good. The question of how the holistic approach to environmental entrepreneurship can enrich agricultural production, sustainable community development and natural resource management would be addressed. The forum will present an analysis of data collected from projects across the Commonwealth, information that forms the basis for decision across the Commonwealth as regards to Women /Gender Concerns, Water, Food Energy Sector and as a prerequisite for sustainable livelihoods and development.
During the forum participants will evaluate the progress made and actions to be taken in relation to the promotion of environmental entrepreneurship across the Commonwealth and the role women and youths can play or can play.
The occasion would also mark the official launching of the Women Environment and Climate Action Network (WECAN) Enterprise as a Commonwealth Women’s Cooperative to promote sustainable livelihoods and development across the Commonwealth.
We are writing to you in the hope that you would consider our invitation and participate in the forum.
Please see more information about the WECAN Public Forum on www.worldpulse.com
We hope to receive a positive response to our invitation and we look forward to welcoming you to WECAN Public Forum 2015.
Ms Rosemary Olive Mbone Enie
Initiator, WECAN Initiative
Consultant, Risxcel UK Ltd (www.risxcel.co.uk)
Executive Director, Cameroon Vision Trust / IETC Tanzania
Topical Curator, GWSF (www.worldpulse.com)
Council Member, Global Ecovillage Network (GEN) Africa (www.gen-africa.org)
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