Examples of CSOs campaigns in the world:
We are collecting information and best practices on CSOs campaigns, advocacy and lobbying actions, as the following:
Riciklimi.al is a virtual platform which aims to support the actors involved in waste recycling. The platform is intended to serve as a source of education, communication and development for waste recycling sector in Albania
The main objective of the Healthy Seas initiative is to remove waste, in particular fishing nets and other marine litter, from the seas for the purpose of recycling these into textile products.
– See more at: http://healthyseas.org/the-initiative/#sthash.ksuBweUJ.dpuf
Some ideas and suggestions for actions against car culture by World Carfree Network. This network is the hub of the global carfree movement. Worldcarfree.net is a clearinghouse of information from around the world on how to revitalise our towns and cities and create a sustainable future. In addition to serving the carfree movement, Worldcarfree.net offers resources for architects, planners, health workers, teachers/professors, students, decision-makers and engaged citizens.
Art, Plastics and Recycling is a EU funded project implemented in Albania aiming to introduce one of the most innovative actions to overcome the very complex problem of environmental pollution and waste use/recycling. It relies in the trans-boundary and interdisciplinary methods that combine artistic skills, economic and engineering, in order to use waste and introduce environmental friendly products. The Art, Plastics and Recycling Program positively, is a concept that is inclusive in local development agencies, SMEs and other actors of development
List of best practices and communication campaigns from the European Environmental Communication Networ (EECN)
The Let’s clean up Europe campaign is organising a European Clean-Up Day for the 10th May 2014. Several clean-up campaigns have been implemented in Europe over the past years to tackle the litter problem. This campaign intends to bring these initiatives together to have a Europe-wide clean-up event that takes place on the same day all over the continent; involving and reaching as many citizens as possible.By being part of “Let’s Clean Up Europe!” and helping to clean up their environment, participants can see how much waste is being dumped in their neighbourhood. This action provides a unique opportunity to raise citizen’s awareness on the litter problem and to help changing people’s behaviour
The central objective of this campaign is to promote the advantages of combining different modes of transportation. The campaign bears the slogan ‘Do the Right Mix’, and aims to highlight and advertise the fact that by using different modes of transportation for each journey as appropriate, people can improve their health, their finances and the environment. The campaign is managed by the Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport and funded through the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme – the EU’s support programme for non-technological actions in the field of energy efficiency and renewable energy sources
Connect4Climate is a campaign, a coalition, and a community that cares about climate change. The goal of Connect4Climate is to create a participatory, open knowledge platform that engages the global community in climate change conversation to drive local action through advocacy, operational support, research, and capacity building
Aquafil, the ECNC Group and Star Sock have together established the ‘Healthy Seas, a Journey from Waste to Wear’ initiative. The main objective of the Healthy Seas initiative is to remove waste, in particular fishing nets and other marine litter, from the seas for the purpose of recycling these into textile products. A ‘Healthy Seas Fund’ has been established, with a focus on awareness-raising about the importance of healthy seas and the removal of abandoned fishing nets, and the financing of local coastal and marine projects that support the objectives of the Healthy Seas initiative