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Sustainable event organization and sustainable travel: a major challenge for the project partners

Preparations for the G2VET Multiplier Conference „Empowering Sustainable Futures” in Valladolid (ES) In addition to an exciting and engaging program, we as the organizers are committed to ensuring the event is run in a sustainable manner as much as possible. This involves considering not just the venue and event logistics, but also sustainable approaches to contents, materials and workshops. One […]

Make your own #sustainabilitypromise and participate in our challenge!

Example has enormous power, as does sharing different ideas. That’s why we decided within our project to challenge you to tell us what your sustainability promise is! With the challenge, we want to encourage managers, developers, teachers, students, as well as various stakeholders to write their own act of sustainable development and responsibility. The more we say and talk about […]

We can also be fast!

We are already in the middle of planning our final conference It’s April and we’ve only just really got going. And yet we’ve already been in the middle of planning our final conference for four weeks. It will mark the final phase of our partnership and is set to be a highlight. The date, content, schedule and guest list have […]

Easter, the bunny and chocolate

Sweet treats in sight: Chocolate and Sustainability Easter has left its chocolatey mark. As one of the most important celebrations in the Christian calendar, Easter has developed a number of traditions and customs over the years that make it a special event. Every year, children look forward to searching for the colourful eggs hidden by the Easter Bunny. Along with […]

Learn-Reflect-Act

What I take with me from EARTH HOUR 2024 I think action days like Earth Hour are valuable opportunities to learn about environmental issues, reflect on our own actions and discuss them together. In this way we can raise awareness of the need to protect our environment. I am pleased to know that environmental organisations are providing interesting ideas and […]

Happiness and Sustainability

Today is the International Day of Happiness, which was established by the United Nations in 2012 to remind us how important happiness and well-being are for human life. In the justification for this International Day, the UN emphasises the importance of sustainable development for individual and collective happiness. In a world that is constantly changing, characterised by uncertainty and complex […]

A life almost without waste?

A great thought, because last Friday it was that time again: weekend grocery shopping. Admittedly, this is always a question of time and so the route usually leads to the supermarket round the corner. The shopping trolley is quickly filled and then it’s time to unpack and store at home. These are always the moments when I start thinking about […]

Let´s go to the flea market!

In Finland, secondary school students are required to study the promotion of sustainable development. Here in Kannus, natural resources students get to know sustainable development shops and flea markets in these classes! At the beginning of the visits, the flea market owners present their operations and the principles by which their company operates. At the KannusKulma flea market, customers can […]