Here is the programme for the immersive, sporting and solidarity week of the XCSS climate can’t wait #02 – SAHARA 2023 edition: 05-10 November 2023, in Hassilabiad (Morocco).
Registrations are officially open for the #02 edition, which will once again feature the project’s outstanding sponsor, Gwendal PEIZERAT! The values of sport and Olympism embodied by Gwendal must contribute to addressing climate, environmental and societal issues.
XCSS climate can’t wait is part of the United Nations Decade for Ecosystem Restoration.
New features include participatory and field workshops, with a focus on the following themes:
– access to drinking water and water management,
– promotion of rural women through their traditional knowledge, agricultural and craft practices,
with the cooperation of renowned institutions, in addition to the edition’s partners. Everything is presented in the programme of the week: ask for it via the contact email below!
While waiting for a next meeting rich in exchanges within the oasis community of Hassilabiad, here is the link to a mini video to immerse yourself: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZdZW2u_UOd8
Other news and new partners are to be expected by November!
See you soon and do not hesitate to contact the XCSS team if you have any questions and/or if you wish to contribute to the current actions of the project: email@example.com
We attach importance to the “simple/accessible” and “reproducible” character of our project at every level.
The 4 main axes targeted for the edition #02 SAHARA 2023 :
1- agricultural cooperation (including hemp), fresh water management (and possibly beekeeping)
2- sustainable development and support for women’s work in rural (semi)arid areas
3- environmental education and raising awareness of climate issues among young people
4- promotion and development of our sustainable and committed sports practice, cross-country skiing on sand, with an opening on sustainable tourism (or how to visit/practice the desert differently).
We are also planning a “recycling” challenge on prototype skis for the participants.