Although we have been “closed” for more than a year due to the pandemic measures issued due to COVID-19, life has not stopped and teaching continues – perhaps in other forms to which we have been accustomed so far.
This is also the reason why, on Monday, April 12, 2021, the students of the Quarter of the partner school in Slovakia met in an online discussion in English with Mrs. Petra Slezáková from the ZeroWaste Slovakia initiative.
The subject of the meeting was a webinar on the topic “ZeroWaste and the impact of waste generation on climate change”, in which students had the opportunity to learn not only about the meaning of terms such as. carbon footprint, recycling, etc. but also about a number of practical ideas how to eliminate waste production.
The meeting was organized and financially supported by EU funds, the Erasmus + program, within the project Save The Planet (BG01-KA229-079223_3), which we are implementing at the school together with other European schools.
We believe that not only the information from this meeting will contribute to the gradual change of humanity’s attitude to waste generation and disposal. But we have to start with ourselves.