The handbook of the project „Earth S.O.S. through Eco-Creativity“ is finished PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 22 September 2013 20:17

For two years the partners gathered information, carried out seminars, classified and tested non-formal education methods. One of the main results of the project is a book, which introduces the achievements of the partners.

„This book will become a great tool for sharing experience with other organizations working with climate change, eco-art. Our goal was to create a tool, which would give ideas and allow organizations to look at the learning process creatively“, said Elemer Szenpetery, representing Zöld Hullám Közhasznú Természetbarát Egyesület of Hungary.

For two years the partners gathered information, carried out seminars, classified and tested non-formal education methods. One of the main results of the project is a book, which introduces the achievements of the partners.

„This book will become a great tool for sharing experience with other organizations working with climate change, eco-art. Our goal was to create a tool, which would give ideas and allow organizations to look at the learning process creatively“, said Elemer Szenpetery, representing Zöld Hullám Közhasznú Természetbarát Egyesület of Hungary.

Cemal Tanriver, a member of a Turkey-based organization Olur Halk Eğitimi Merkezi, is also of the same opinion. He notes, that when working with communities, eco-art is one of the topics which is able to attract seniors. Art becomes the perfect tool to send the message on the importane of environmental solutions.

Nicola Franceschi, the representative of AGAT Associazione Geografica per l‘Ambiente e il Territorio reminds everyone that the book not only contains examples of various activities, but also contains non-formal education methods, using which you could carry out a lecture even tommorow.

„Our partners have already seen the book, they also tried to use certain methods in their own project. We hope, that this tool will also be useful for other organizations“, says the director of the Semiotics Researh Center Marius Šamatulskis

The book can be found here.

Last Updated on Sunday, 22 September 2013 20:21