1. Puerto Rico
Title of the project: No more bottles in Rio Piedras
Name: Amira Odeh
Country: Puerto Rico
Description of the project: Amira started the “No More Bottles Campaign” in 2010 to present the
results of a research project about the problems of bottled water and the lack of knowledge on the subject of
water conservation among students in the university. This campaign began as an educational initiative and
moved forward to action when the group achieved the installation of new drinking fountains in the college.
Additionally, Amira led a second research project, managed to have the campaign spread around the campus and
led the creation of a formal proposal to eliminate the sale of bottled water. This proposal was supported by
members of the university's administration and in the present, she works to complete the objectives of
this campaign. During these years she has led this effort including activities such as forums, conferences,
educational events for the general public and projects to provide water in a more accessible manner to the
students and staff of the university.
Video with the description of the project: http://youtu.be/P6yqqRqg5WY
Personal video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P6Byw1c20cE
Description of the project: CLIMATEATE is a socio- environmental initiative that was founded in 2010 with the
purpose of sharing experiences, projects and news on climate change worldwide. "Our Opportunity in
Climate Change” was the name by which it was known the first three years. Subsequently, due to new
alliances and desire to continue to grow, it becomes CLIMATÉATE, a larger, more open and with a new face
to share space with all participants (regardless of their political position, religious, race, gender, etc.).
Under this initiative, we have a number of projects to raise awareness and promote organic agriculture and
sustainable habits. Similarly, our priority is to train the people involved (youth, organized groups,
communities, etc.) to be able to make decisions on environmental issues involved in environmental issues and
to generate entrepreneurship in green and efficient projects. Our primary mission? Support communities to
adapt to climate change!
CLIMATEATE is an initiative to strengthen adaptation to climate change in Latin American communities. We have
several pilot projects that have been developed since 2007 in several cities in Venezuela, such as
ECOMANITOS, an Educative program called “NUESTRO CLIMA, NUESTRO FUTURO” and “RED VENEZOLANA
DE CAMBIO CLIMATICO”.
Projects of CLIMATEATE:
ECOManitos: It is an activity that involves making objects through crafts and green games, using only
elements that are friendly to the environment. .
Environmental Education Program: "Our Climate, Our Future": It is an educational program based on
the promotion of information on climate change to urban and rural populations and formally (through
educational curriculum structure) or informally (through lectures and occasional workshops).
Venezuelan Network of Climate Change: It is a tool for action and climate change research in Venezuela,
thereby strengthening the union of NGOs, organized groups, students, research centers, etc. who wish to work
together on the issue.
FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Climateate/756895607669341?ref
Title of the project: various
Almeraya (62 kB)
City: Mexico City
Description of the project: Jessica has been coordinator in events focused on children and youth in Mexico
• Earth Day 2013 “Rio + Vos”
• COPinMyCity, Mexico 2014. Empowering youth in climate change issues.
• “Joven + Agua” Declaration 2013 - UNESCO
Title of the project: “Reacción Climática”
Capriles (55 kB)
City: La Paz
Description of the Project: “Reacción Climática” (Climate Reaction) is a non-profit
organization formed to advance the participation of the youth of Bolivia in finding solutions to climate
change. Further information related to gender and climate change can be found below.
FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/ReaccionClimatica
Title of the project: Barranquilla + 20
Acevedo (5 kB)
Description of the Project: (in Spanish) http://barranquillasostenible.wordpress.com
Title of the project: DIALOGOS DEMOCRÁTICOS
Name: Nadia Ramos
Serrano (60 kB)
Description of the project: During 2013, our organization is out mission to bring the project called
"democratic Dialogues" with leaders and social and political leaders, our organization develop a
methodology to enable hear and teach the authorities on the care of the environment and in turn engage with
environmental care in Metropolitan Lima
Durante el 2013, nuestra organización se encargo de llevar a cabo el proyecto denominado
"Diálogos democráticos" con los líderes y lideresas sociales y políticas,
nuestra organización desarrollo una metodología para permitir oir y enseñar a las autoridades
sobre el cuidado del medio ambiente y a su vez comprometerlos con el cuidado ambiental de Lima