DiversEarth was invited to take part in the University of Geneva’s Sustainable Development Week.
Organised by the Students Association and Do It Yourself Geneva, the week long activities introduced themes related to sustainable development to youth through stalls, round tables, conferences, workshops, films, and meetings with local professionals, NGO’s and international organisations.
DE took part with a stall that invited students to reflect on “Sustainable Development’ by listening to sounds of nature. After all, true sustainability starts from within.
Thank you to Alexander Belokurov, ImageNature for the beautiful pictures.
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