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December 5 - World Soil Day

"Keep soil alive, protect soil biodiversity" is the theme of this year's World Soil Day 2020, which aims to highlight the importance of maintaining healthy ecosystems for the well-being of humans and all living things.

November 10 - World Science Day

More than ever, the world needs science and all its findings. Since the year 2020 is marked until the end by the COVID-19 pandemic, this day will also have that mark in its slogan, which is "Science for and with society in the fight against the pandemic".

World Day for Audiovisual Heritage - "Our Window to the World"

Since UNESCO adopted this day in 2005, governments, film institutions, national film archives, radio and TV stations are organizing numerous public programs, seminars, lectures to point out the sensitivity and vulnerability of AV heritage. The fact is that with the development of AV record quality, the better and more expensive equipment is for its preservation.

World Energy Day

Internationally marked by many UN members, by 2030 the Sustainability Plan aims to provide affordable, reliable and modern access to energy for the entire population, emphasizing the role that energy plays in driving economic growth, human advancement and environmental sustainability in general.

October 16 - World Food Day

This year's World Food Day is marked under the slogan "Grow, Nourish, Sustain. Together. ” The slogan is made according to the revolutionary changes promised to small farmers through the application of newer, more modern technologies, which include satellite imagery, remote reading, development of mobile applications with the ability to improve the food chain.

October 13 - International Day for Disaster Reduction

International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction is dedicated to preserving the environment and preventing the risk of natural disasters. The initiative began in 1989 following a call by the United Nations General Assembly, which sees this day as a way to promote a culture of risk awareness and risk reduction which includes disaster prevention, mitigation and preparedness to respond.