Environmental challenges raise serious concerns for the welfare of current and future generations.
Responses should be driven by independent but commonly reinforcing policies for environment, energy, transportation, employment, and training. In recent years, the effects of global warming have been witnessed over the world. Studies point to human action, like pollution and deforestation, as key reasons for global warming and adverse climate changes. There is an urgent need for all of us, individually and collectively, to become more aware of our environmental responsibilities.
“Green Energy Skills for Youth” is an Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership – Youth Programme proposal
This will include comprehensive collection of ‘green education’ programmes and activities for youth aged between 13 and 25. The main objectives of the project are to increase awareness and competences of youth for green energies so that they will get skills on climate change, ecosystem, energy production and conservation, management of waste and recycling, pollution, and carbon footprint etc.
“Green Energy Skills for Youth” proposal will help to improve the quality, attractiveness and accessibility of the opportunities
It means, to make it for lifelong learning available by developing interactive mobile games and 3D stimulations by user generated scenarios for acquiring transversal competencies of young people at primary high school levels. The proposal addresses to improve the green skills, awareness and competences on education enhancing creativity and innovation by using serious games and 3D simulations as pedagogy is definitely creative, attractive and efficient learning.
What Is Carbon Footprint
A carbon footprint is the measure of the impact our activities have
on the environment, and in particular climate change.