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The reality:

The climate of Earth is rapidly changing. Most countries believe that nothing can be done about it, but there’s still a few that share a different perspective. Those attend different campaigns and initiate climate-related projects. Some of them have already been implemented. The society already knows what ecology is, how serious the problem of climate change is, how high the level of pollution is, etc. The people already know that everyone should take part in the Earth rescuing process, most of them just don’t know how to do that or what steps to take. They need a proof that their contribution could be significant. We need new specific issues to educate ecological issues for adults.

Main aims:

The main aim of this project - to raise the awareness of environmental problems among young adults using innovative and creative methods and sharing intercultural experience on this issue. It is relevant to show that not only specific environment protection or greenpeace organizations can encourage environmental concern. Everyone of us, being eco-creative, using various innovative eco-solutions and eco-art could make this. The project idea is to spread the Earth call for help (S.O.S) through ecological art and other creative solutions: intercultural seminars, various eco-creative activities and workshops, discussions and even international eco-language. The main target groups are creative adults as well as artists that are concerned about environment.

The main subjects of the project is to make creative people to use eco-art and creative eco-solutions into their daily life, to rise intercultural dialogue into this specific theme, involving local communities by increasing their degree of participation in eco-creative activities.

 

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.

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