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The ecological footprint of a training was discussed at the Estonias 5th trainers unconference. The participants found that beacause it's easy to reach meny target groups in the training sector, it's important to think thoroughly about how to act more sustanably when making a trining.

21 January 2020
by Veronika Tuul
(et)
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On 5th and 6th of November we were participating at the first project meeting of the Strategic Partnership: Transferring Innovative Adult Educators' Practices. The project meeting was organized by the leading partner: Liepājas Universitāte. The project partners are also important educational institutions, such as University of St. Gallen or University of Graz. We are very proud to take a part in this partnership! 

 

Ecology based art production emerged from the end 1960s to 1980s by the effect of environmental art movements particularly earth and land work. Ecology artists have worked out of the known techniques and tools in art. Some preferred shaping the materials found in nature whereas others used waste materials and recycled them. Some artists, on the other hand, had an interdisciplinary approach and used educational documents and tried to develop solutions to a global level environmental problem.

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