2018 - 2019 has been marked with many activities and partnerships' development on support to civil society, sustainability, climate adaptation and resilience of ecosystems, support to dialogue, justice and womens' rights.
Pilot4Dev celebrated its second General Assembly on March 28th in Brussels. This will be the opportunity to highlight our achievements. We developed partnerships in 8 countries and more regions, to support climate action, development, gender equality, but also civic rights and dialogue with civil society.
PILOT4DEV organized in June a panel on Climate during the 4th Entreps Awards event on S.D.Gs. The videos are now available on our blog. The panel took place at the European Committee of the Regions. We welcomed Evelyne Huytebroeck, former Minister for the Environment, Meera Ghani ECOLISE, Bjorn Stockhausen, Seas at Risk and Emmanuel Katrakis, the European Confederation of recycling industries. Visit our blog for more info...
Women's rights were under the spotlight at Pilot4dev event on March 27th !
We had the pleasure to welcome successful women & role models as speakers and in the audience ! The panel was interactive.
The debate included some strong statements: Download our draft report
This first ever strategy on plastics adopted by the EU may be the first step for circular economy to come true. It plans to change the production (reinventing plastics), curbing waste (especially sea litter), and to improve recycling creating major opportunities for investment and environmental protection. It also ambitions to spur global action.
Join our conversation with Prof. Jean-Pascal van Ypersele one of the leading recognized global expert on Climate change, Evelyne Huytebroeck former Minister for the environment, Fu Jing from China Daily and others to discuss the opportunities and challenges of Climate and Development Policies....
Place: Nordic House- 3 rue du Luxembourg- 6.00 pm on February 20th.
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Meru Cultural Centre is our local community owned project for Eco-tourism and village accomodation in Arusha (Tanzania). The aim is to develop cultural and ecological tourism, respectful of nature and the environment, while promoting the local culture.
is an independent initiative that connects global stakeholders active in Pilot development initiatives in the areas of Climate, Cities, Governance, Conflicts/Stability, the Environment and more generally the implementation of SDGs including Gender Equality.
This project is co-funded by the European Union