World Environmental Education Day is celebrated each 26th January since 1975. Its main objective the is to emphasize the importance of environmental education as a scientific discipline. Also, to raise awareness about the need of action to actively protecting the planet and mitigating the impacts caused by humans on climate change.

It was first held in 1975 when the United Nations International Workshop on Environmental Education was organised in Belgrade. It was attended by environmental experts from countries around the globe.

The result of that United Nations experts gathering event was the publishing of the Belgrade Charter. It is a document containing the main demands of environmental education, the goals of which are: to develop a world population that is aware of, and concerned about, the environment and its associated problems, and which has the knowledge, skills, attitudes, motivations and commitment to work individually and collectively towards solutions of current problems and the prevention of new ones.

We all need to work together towards a sustainable industry and work with determination to reduce polluting emissions and waste. In that sense, awareness, technological innovation and the circular economy are key aspects to preserve the environment and human health.

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