Conservation work needs support from society. To strengthen the membership base, some NGOs use the help of professional membership recruitment agencies. The ability of convincing people to support a good cause like nature protection comes from the spoken word and in our case is supported by unique illustrations. Small helpers which visualize the purpose of […]
Magdeburg, 26. September 2018. For the 23rd time the TASIMA Conference took place in Magdeburg. The conference brings together different stakeholder, scientists and government representatives concerned about waste reduction and recycling in urban areas. Greeneducation4all supported the event with a graphical protocol which helped following the red thread of the spoken word.
Berlin, 2018. Germanys biggest and oldest member-based conservation NGO, the NABU (Naturschutzbund Deutschland e.V.) elaborated a tool kit that aims on helping over 30.000 active volunteers in their day-to-day work. Condensed information, tips, rules and regulations are compiled in a “first aid kid” for volunteer work in conservation. The NABU supplies all 2000 volunteer groups […]
Goslar, 16th to 19th of September 2018. The first time ever that a Pathways Conference was held in Europe. A collaborative effort by the Alfred Toepfer Academy for Nature Conservation, the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research, WWF/LIFE EUROLARGECARNIVORES and the Colorado State University. An international conference dedicated to Human-Wildlife-Conflicts in the heart of […]
Tuesday, the 4th of April 2017. NABU and AWO are hosting their final workshop, closing a project that integrated education for sustainable development in Germanys volunteers program. Every year around 90.000 volunteers are trained in divers topics in which environmental protection and social equity is now an integral part. Greeneducation4all was documenting the closing workshop […]
Thursday, the 6th October 2016. A new German wide campaign is in the making. The NABU is focusing towards GAP 2020. The renewal of the common agriculture policy of the European states towards 2020 needs strategical campaigning. The biggest member-based NGO is therefore preparing a common strategy to influence the decision makers pro nature. During […]
Tuesday, the 20th September 2016. The Technical University (TU) in Berlin is hosting the 5th networking conference on education and resources. Greeneducation4all was called in to document the panel discussion during the conference. The visual protocol covered a lively discussion about the challenges of integrating green education in vocational training and universities.
Communication is a crucial issue. Do we talk about the same? Did the other one understood? In order to make sure that the common objective is clear and everybody talks about the same, the use of art to visualize the content can be of great help. The additional benefit of drawing pictures becomes even more […]
The Aller is a 211 km long river in the states of Saxony-Anhalt and Lower Saxony in Germany. It is a tributary of the River Weser. The Aller was extensively straightened, widened and partly dyked during the 1960s to install flood control of the river. All those manmade measures limit the rivers natural flow and […]
The NABU (Naturschutzbund) Deutschland e.V. is the biggest green, member-based NGO in Germany. Over 590.000 volunteers and supporters are standing for conservation in Germany and beyond since 1899. The year 2015 is chosen to be the start of a country-wide image campaign. The voluntary work that is done day by day in order to protect […]