This project was designed as a series of steps that built up to a final presentation based on what has been learnt from the other partners throughout the project on environmental issues.
Students from different schools from Asia and Europe involved in this project collected rain and snow samples in sterile dishes, analysing probable pollutants and suggesting measures for solving any associated problems.
This project helped students develop a deeper understanding of what it means to be environmental friendly, as they shared existing features of their homes and schools that help the environment, and explored areas for improvement.
Creating awareness of how to protect the environment, students and teachers from Asia and Europe promoted this issue online and face-to-face in their schools, communities and countries.
Participants shared and exchanged knowledge and experiences of local ecotourism, local history and cultural practice, when creating a 5-day virtual tour and video montage of one of the featured places.
This project provided an online forum for all the participating countries in Asia and Europe to share ways of coping with the climate change and celebrate their achievements in the face of this threat.
The project aimed to increase students’ awareness of the technical, environmental and political aspects of energy generation, while fostering a mutual understanding of the arguments and opinions of the participating students.
This project helped cultivate students’ understanding of the harmonious relationship between humans and nature, educating them to love nature and activating their awareness of environmental protection.
Students from different schools tried many methods to make biodegradable plastics, including using vegetable oil and corn starch in the process, which can later be destroyed by bacteria.