BE THE PART OF ACT, VOICE & ACTION engaging in story telling on climate-related to "no poverty"

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SGBF - Saudi Green Building Forum

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We are asking volunteers to out-reach, advocacy and acting experience/ reflecting SDGs number one on climate-related to "no poverty", in the time of a pandemic Please, write 280 characters including 1-3 pictures/videos on social media to accomplish you task. ... Out-reach and advocacy experience/ vision on how Saudi Green Building Forum can reduce the exposure of climate-related, so other economic, social and environmental impacts may not shocks may not happen in the future... How is it possible?

  • Outreach and advocacy
  • Communication, mass media and art

    SGBF’s objectives leading change towards sustainable development goals for the benefit, safety and health of people and the environment, including building and construction sector work from design, implementation, operation, and life cycle reconstructions of buildings, neighborhoods, and cities. Advocating the Kingdom's efforts to reduce the environmental impact, carbon emissions and toxic gases resulting from installations, infrastructure and major projects, in response to the global climate changes. The background context into which this volunteer contribution will fit in empowering members of scientists, writers, engineers, specialists, businessmen and institutions, raising awareness among consumers and civil societies. For more specific information volunteer will need to know for the accomplishment of this task. More information and engagement found at as well and

  • Volunteers: 25 needed

  • 1-5 hours per week / 2 weeks

    Knowledge of the outreach and advocacy best practice, and knowledge of www.sgbf activities as well SDGs.

  • Global

  • English
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