In the scope of AIESEC project Responsible Youth, Sustainable Future, on Thursday 1st of March a Fair of Sustainable Development will be held in shopping centre Delta City. At this event, civil society organizations that support the project or have a program related to sustainability will pe present, as well as companies from Serbia, which operate under ISO standards and have different programs related to sustainability.
By attending this event, young people will have the opportunity to meet with companies whose business is one of the cornerstones of development in the future. Apart from speeches, workshops and discussion, attendies will have the opportunity to learn and find out more about the programs and projects of different organizations and how they can join and participate in an effort for a better and more sustainable tomorrow. Interested in participating in the project ideas contest, will have the opportunity to hear the stories from the winners of the contest fromn previous years and how their projects have impacted our society.
Photo : Conceptual design of Technical School DrvoArt of Ecoist creative network consisting of students and pupils - court fence
Ecoist creative network, consisting of many students and pupils, will be present at Fair of Sustainable Development where we will present project Green Schools, better people through innovative conceptual design and greenscaping of Technical School DrvoArt, as one of the concepts of environmental improvements used for education of youth. After implementation of vertical and horizontal greenscaping, scientific research will show the change in energy efficiency of buildings, biodiversity of newly created green and behaviouristic aspect in the school.
With this occasion we are inviting all socially responsible organisations, ecological philanthropists and other interested groups to contact us for further information on the project Green Schools, Better People.
Photo : Conceptual design of Technical School DrvoArt of Ecoist creative network consisting of students and pupils - school backyard