Elche, 29th november – 3th december. The first LTTA (Learning Training Acivity) of the “PROTECT YOURSELF project – cooperation mechanism for environmental protection” n. 2020-1-IT02-KA204-079033, which aims to help adults in the development of critical and analytical thinking about the environment and in providing them with the tools and good practices necessary to try toContinue reading “Training to empower adult people and strengthen climate actions – C1”
COP26 is the United Nations conference on climate change of 2021. World leaders began arriving on Monday at the climate conference in Glasgow, Scotland critical to averting the most disastrous effects of climate change, their challenge made even more daunting by the failure of major industrial nations to agree ambitious new commitments. Leaders arriving onContinue reading “COP26: World leaders arrive for “make-or-break” talks on climate change”
Nearly all the world’s glaciers – from the Arctic to the Alps and Himalayas – are melting and the rate at which they are disappearing is accelerating, according to a new study published in the journal Nature, which used satellite images to monitor thousands of glaciers from space.
We can’t solve climate change only on the individual level Introduction As climate change is threatening all people on earth, it is logical, that we should all try to do our personal best to fight it. But in debates on solutions this individual role is very often describes as a much bigger impact than itContinue reading “RESPONSOBILITY FOR CLIMATE CHANGE”
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The Erasmus “Protect Yourself” project aims to create a series of tools and resources to support adult education and to contribute to the development and expansion of their professional and educational know-how in the circular economy.