In today’s world, sustainability projects play an important role in addressing environmental challenges and shaping a more sustainable future. However, it is often overlooked how various projects can interact with each other to collectively achieve greater impact. In a recent research poster presentation, we highlighted the importance of synergy within our sustainability projects and how our diverse initiatives can mutually benefit each other.
The event featured insights from a selection of our Erasmus+ projects, including Greenworld, Green-4-Future, Reliable Green, and UglyFruitsNot!, each contributing to a comprehensive understanding of sustainable practices and their potential for positive change.
Here’s a glimpse of what each project represents:
- Greenworld: Focused on raising awareness among youth about sustainability and the green economy.
- Green-4-Future: Dedicated to promoting circular economy practices, fostering sustainable businesses.
- Reliable Green: A project emphasizing sustainable remote work solutions, especially pertinent in the evolving work landscape.
- UglyFruitsNot!: A campaign targeting waste reduction by challenging misconceptions about aesthetically imperfect fruits and vegetables.
The research poster presentation served as a platform to illustrate how these diverse projects can complement and amplify each other’s impact, ultimately contributing to a more sustainable and environmentally conscious future. By recognizing the interconnectedness of these initiatives, we aim to inspire collaborative efforts in the field of sustainability.
If you open the PDF-File and scan the QR-Codes, you will be directed to the websites of the different projects.