From production to waste: How to make consumption fair? United Nations Model preparatiry seminar in Tallinn (6.December, 2019)
What are climate policy and circular economy? Is it possible to achieve zero waste production and consumption? What are the main sustainable challenges present today in Estonia? How to create fairness with trade? Above all, who is responsible for answering the above-mentioned questions?
These were some of the relevant issues that experts, students and their teachers discussed on December 6, 2019, in Tallinn Botanic Garden on the seminar „From production to waste: How to make consumption fair?” organized by NGO Mondo within the Environmental Investment Center (KIK) project led by Tartu Environmental Education Center. Other supporters were Erasmus+ and Estonian Ministry of Education and Research.
The next article is written by Jelisaveta Dzigurski - she is a Serbian volunteer in Tartu Nature House (Estonia) within the European Solidarity Corps which is the new European Union initiative that creates opportunities for young people to volunteer or work in projects in their own country or abroad that benefit communities and people around Europe.
On November 15-16, in Vilnius, Lithuania was held scientific
students´ conference for GLOBE and Baltic Sea Project