GreenScent – Smart Citizen Education for a Green Future – aims to change citizens’ behaviors allowing them to be the ones who act to implement the policies of the European Commission in the context of the Green Deal.
The behavioral change of citizens through the stimulation of their empathy for social and global issues due to climate change is fundamental for the achievement of the objectives set by GreenScent and, more broadly, by the European Commission in the context of the Green Deal and the achievement, on the part of the European Continent, of Climate Neutrality by 2050.
All EU citizens, especially young Europeans.
Research/University:University Telematica Internazionale-Uninettuno, Italy; Universidad autonoma de Barcelona, Spain; Teknologian tutkimuskeskus VTT OY, Finland; University of Novi Sad Faculty of Sciences, Serbia
Foundation: Fonden Teknologiradet, Denmark
Schools: MAYK, Finland; RGSMART, Serbian; Royal School, Transylvania; EA, Greece
SMEs: 4sfera, Spain; Climate Risk Analysis, Germany; ECQA GmbH, Austria; Agorize, France
Large ICT Company: Engineering, Italy
GreenComp Framework in its final version, informed by the results of the activities in phase 2, and complemented by a User Guide (for educators, training providers and corporate human resources), will provide practical information and guidelines for the implementation of GreenComp in programs, education and training.
Use cases: demonstration of how GreenComp has been implemented in the various didactic activities carried out; SCENTBox: a series of physical, digital and hybrid demonstrators, allowing to conduct practical and collaborative experiments in the classroom or involving citizens. Training kits will support teachers to contextualize and implement GreenSCENT demonstrator-based pedagogies in their classrooms and courses.
ECCEL: The European Certification for Climate and Environmental Literacy: the European climate and environment driving license, will be developed by ECQA – European Certification and Qualification Agency, and will be proposed as a standard as ICDL, to be adopted in training and in the world of work.
A GreenSCENT platform, Mobile app and Augmented reality app, the set of main technologies adopted, developed and evolved during the project, will be available to EU citizens and schools.
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