ENSI is associated with the following international agencies
UNEP – United Nations Environment Programme
The Regional Office for Europe (ROE) promotes inter-governmental policy dialogue and regional cooperation, increases national capacity for environmental management and response emergencies, raises awareness and enhances information exchange, and translates global policies into regional action.United Nations Environment ProgrammeOfficial Website
UNECE - United Nations Economic Commission for Europe
UNECE helps implement the Sustainable Development Goals by translating the global goals into norms, standards and conventions, developing statistical recommendations and capacity, undertaking performance reviews and studies (environment, innovation, regulatory barriers, housing, forestry, statistics), building capacity and engaging in partnerships with the private sector and civil society.
ENSI country coordinators were involved in the development of the UNECE strategy for ESD. In December 2005 ENSI was invited to be one of three observers in the then newly-created UNECE bureau of the ESD steering committee, which supports the UNECE ESD secretariat in Geneva in implementing the UNECE strategy and meets there on a regular basis.United Nations Economic Commission for EuropeOfficial Website
WEEC - International Environmental Education Network
WEEC is a worldwide network of debate and research. The Network was established to give the Congresses continuity. This will consequently favor discussions about the key issues in environmental education; the exchange of thoughts, experiences and proposals from one Congress to the next; and the creation of a worldwide community of research and practice in environmental education and sustainability.WEEC International Environmental Education NetworkOfficial Website
AAEE – Australian Association for Environmental Education
AAEE’s vision: To connect through education to advance understandings and actions in relation to environmental and sustainability issues across all communities and education sectors.Australian Association for Environmental EducationOfficial Website
Centre for Environment Education was established in August 1984 as a Centre of Excellence supported by the Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India. CEE, a national institution with its headquarters in Ahmedabad, has a mandate to promote environmental awareness nationwide.
CEE is affiliated to the Nehru Foundation for Development and inherits the rich multi- disciplinary resource base and varied experience of Nehru Foundation for Development.
CEE is committed to ensuring that due recognition is given to the role of Education in the promotion of sustainable development.CEE India - Centre for Environment EducationOfficial Website
CBSS Baltic 21
CBSS Baltic 21 provides a policy and project platform in the Baltic Sea Region. Our mission is to contribute actively towards advancing sustainable development in the Baltic Sea Region by coordinating goals and activities, and by serving as a forum for cooperation across borders and between stakeholder groups.
We provide a platform for governments, organisations, communities and people to seek out new partnerships and strengthen those already in existence. By acting as a bridge between stakeholders, we aim to help them make progress towards transforming our part of the world into sustainable region.
Baltic 21 has a project-to-policy approach which means that we transform the findings or outcomes of our so called Lighthouse Project into general policy recommendations that can be applied in the Baltic Sea Region and beyond. These recommendations are introduced and promoted on different political levels such as national governments, the European Commission and the United Nations
Baltic 21 works with all aspects of sustainable development. This means that we are not just targeting purely environmental issues, but also social and economic actions in an integrated way.
For the period 2010–2015, we are focused on four strategic areas, Education for Sustainable Development is one of them:
Our goal is to make the Baltic Sea Region a leading region on eco-innovations and education for sustainable development, where sustainability is an integrated part of all education.
Thereby we facilitate the integration of knowledge, skills and competencies for sustainability into education and lifelong learning and the adoption of Education for Sustainable Development policies in each country and monitor the implementation of these policies.
We promote practical methods of sustainable development teaching enhance cooperation and networking between educational institutions and others.Council of the Baltic Sea StatesOfficial Website