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Laboratory of Environmental Chemistry and

UNESCO Chair & Network

National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

The UNESCO Chair and Networkon Management and Education for Sustainable Development in the Mediterranean

Greek National Commission of MAB/UNESCO

Chair and Head team

University of Athens (NKUA) Laboratory of Environmental Chemistry

“Green University” network Greece

Management of toxic substances and wastes

MIO-ECSDE

GWP-Med

UoA Committee on Environmental & ESD

MedUnNET

Mediterranean Universities Network on SD with an emphasis on ESD

MEdIESe-network of 3,500 educators

Federation of MediterraneanNGOs

Network of 72 members of IGOs, NGOs,

H2020

Capacities Building Component

2011-12: 150 actions

2013-14: continuation…


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