Partners

The safeguarding of the environment is a crucial topic nowadays. Yet, this topic isn’t often dealt with at school in an enthralling way, so students are not really interested in it and are not conscious of its relevance and of the impact on their own lives. According to academic results well-known ecological campaigns such as “Cleaning the world” or meeting with experts do not really give appropriate results. We all partners have agreed that ecology with the highlighting on renewable energy must be tackled in an striking and innovative way thanks to the form of the international partnership through which students from different countries will be able to realize the relevance of the issue in a proactive way.

Students will become more aware about the importance of sustainable consumption. They will undertake a serious attitude towards this issue and will be willing to develop a more responsible behavior about the way in which they use resources.The project activities will stimulate the students’
interest to be better consumers, to have a healthier lifestyle and to act as social change makers. They will acquire transversal skills and competences which will facilitate their transaction to labor market.
Students will cope with real life challenges and they will need to find creative and innovative solutions to solve problems.

 

Mobilities

Dissemination

 

We believe that this partnership will have a remarkable impact on 2500 students from the partner schools who will adopt a more sustainable consumption attitude, mainly in the field of knowledge, lifestyle and dissemination of the whole experience. We are confident that the spirit of an international cooperation will be based on motivation, commitment, work and professionalism.
By bringing together people from different countries, with different backgrounds, we hope that it will lead to the development of new similar projects, and improvement of the curricula.

 
 
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This project has been funded with support from the European  Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.