The Erasmus+ project “Climate Change in Agriculture” was largely disseminated during the event organised by CRETHIDEV within the frames of the project @Women4IT on Saturday 11/09/21. Women4IT is a project that aims to develop innovative solutions to increase the numbers of vulnerable girls and young women into EU’s digital agenda. Young trainees in the field of digital technologies demonstrated great interest in the subject of the project and its educational platform. #climate change #digital skills
Two years ago we were planning an art exhibition as part of the “Climate Change in Agriculture” final conference in the effort to combine and bring together culture and science. Although the pandemic made that impossible, it’s so good that other ideas arose, making use of the natural environment as a canvas for art. “Mother Earth” multi media art exhibition on the banks of the river Litheos at Trikala Greece featured the art piece “Nailon”, which according to the artist Mary Roussioti is a comment about the expansive and destructive tendency of humankind towards the environment: The entry to a new state where plastic and garbage prevail over the natural landscape and become a new reality.
The CLICHA project was presented in the online Kick-off meetings of the Erasmus+ Strategic partnerships projects:
- INSIDes, held on 16 December 2020
- DeCAIR: held on 19 January 2021
- FUTURE++: held on 22 January 2021
- INFURI: held on 08 February 2021.
The aim was to attract interest on the project’s results and initiate collaboration opportunities.
On 17 February 2021, Net Media Lab, participated in the online conference of the Erasmus+ project WORKINGTHROUGH, entitled “Virtual Reality (VR) training in work related skills for Individuals with Autism”. During the conference, Dr. Athanasios Drigas, head of Net Media Lab presented the objectives, as well as the outcomes so far of the project CLICHA.
On February 3, 2021, the kick-off meeting of the Erasmus+ project STEAM4ALL: Supporting the Digital Inclusion of All Students Through an Inter-disciplinary Programme for a Sustainable Future, was held online. Dr. Athanasios Drigas, head of Net Media Lab presented the objectives, as well as the outcomes so far of the project CLICHA.
The CLICHA social media were presented at the 5th Steering Committee Meeting of the FOSTEX project. The aim was to attract interest on the project and initiate collaboration opportunities. In particular, the possibility to co-organise a common webinar on the subject of Climate Change and the production of natural raw materials for the textile sector was discussed.
On March 5-6, 2020, the 3rd International Management Meeting of the DESSINO project took place in London, England. The meeting followed the successful conclusion of the 1st Capacity Building Session for the Indian partners at BRUNEL UNIVERSITY in London.
During the works of the meeting, the educational platform of the “Climate Change in Agriculture”- CLICHA project was presented by the administrator of CRETHIDEV, Dimosthenis Papakonstantinou, raising a vast interest about the project and its educational outputs to the participants.
Presentation of the CLICHA project during the Info day organized for the MEHMED project (Erasmus +) on 01/31/2020 at ISA-CM.
Participation by a Roll up (CLICHA) in the Info Day prepared by the doctoral school and the association of ISA teachers “ASA-CM” on the tips of the publication of scientific articles which took place on 4/12 / 2019 at ISA-CM.