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Invitation for nomination of persons representing organizations, associations or institutions concerned with environmental matters to the Sustainable Development Advisory Council

In terms of Section 8 (5) of the Environmental Management Act, 2007 (Act No. 7 of 2007), the Ministry of Environment and Tourism herewith invites nominations of persons that represent the interests of organizations, associations or institutions concerned with environmental matters to serve on the Sustainable Development Advisory Council.

The main functions of the Council are to promote cooperation and coordination and to advise the Minister on policy and legislative issues relating to the environment and sustainable development.

Invitation to nominate persons to Sustainable Development Advisory Council

Government Notice No. 25 of Government Gazette No. 6844 of 15 February 2019 invites the public, organisations and associations concerns with environmental matters to nominate persons to the Sustainable Development Advisory Council (SDAC), under the Environmental Management Act, 2007. The tenure of current Council Members has come to an end, thus this new call for nominations.

Second Edition of the Sustainable Development Awards held in Windhoek

The winners of the second Sustainable Development Awards were announced at a gala event in Windhoek on 21st September 2017. The initiative was coordinated through the Sustainable Development Advisory Council, Environmental Investment Fund of Namibia and the Hanns Seidel Foundation Environmental Awareness and Climate Project.

The awards intend to recognise the importance of integrating sustainability into the core business and industry as well as the daily lives of our citizens. Over 90 nominations and applications were received overall.

Entries open for the 2017 Sustainable Development Awards

Entries are now open for the 2017 Sustainable Development Awards.

The main aims of the 2017 Sustainable Development Awards are to:

  • Raise awareness of the importance of sustainable development among all Namibians,
  • Recognise and reward the outstanding contributions of organisations and individuals active in this field
  • Inspire others to contribute to the sustainable development of the nation.

Closing date for entries is Monday 14th August 2017.

Second Edition of the Sustainable Development Awards Launched

The second edition of the Sustainable Development Awards was officially launched at a press conference in Windhoek on Friday, July 7th 2017.

Speaking at the event, Dr. Michael Humavindu of the Sustainable Development Advisory Council, outlined the main aims of the awards which are to raise awareness of the importance of sustainable development among all Namibians, to recognise and reward the outstanding contributions of organisations and individuals active in this field, and to inspire others to contribute to the sustainable development of the nation.

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