Wayne Talbot of WTA Education Services has facilitated workshops at international events to discuss communication policy issues, specific environmental initiatives and reach consensus that feeds into policy, and supported the organising committee to support the daily running of conferences whilst they are happening, helping to develop and deliver activities such as the running of elections for posts.
These include: Green Economy; Populations At Risk; Ozone Depletion; Starting and Running Environmental Projects; Involving Young People in Environmental Projects; Inter-generational Education; Giving Young People a Voice; Maintaining an NGO; and Theories and Concepts of Education for Sustainable Development.
· United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)’s Tunza International Children’s Conference on the Environment in Connecticut, USA in 2004; Nagoya, Japan in 2005; Bangalore, India in 2005; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in 2006; Leverkusen, Germany in 2007; Stavanger, Norway in 2008; Daejeon, Republic of South Korea 2009; Bandung, Indonesia 2011; Nairobi, Kenya 2013.
· UNEP Green Week in Baku, Azerbijan 2012.
· United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Paris 2012.
· International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), Jeju, Republic of South Korea 2012.
· Conference on Environmental Education in Europe (CEEE), Gent 2002, Klaipëda Lithuania 2005, Malta 2008.
· 4th World Environmental Education Congress (WEEC) in Durban, South Africa in 2007.
· World Organization of the Scout Movement: workshop at the Kandersteg International Scouts Centre, Switzerland in 2007.
· North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) in Wichita, USA in 2008.
· UNEP Communications Strategy workshop, Paris 2009.
· UNEP regional workshops on Ozone Depletion, Paris 2010.
UNEP, Paris 2009
UNEP Green Week, Azerbaijan 2012
10th Conference on Environmental Education in Europe, Malta 2008
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