Last week two events, one Italian and the other European, highlighted the importance of biodiversity, tree heritage and of the actions for the fight of climate change, main topics of Veg-Gap project.
On the 21st of November in Italy was celebrated the “Tree day”, established by the Ministry of the Environment almost ten years ago, it has been the occasion to propose on all the territory many events that involved citizens of every age to promote environmental protection, reduction of pollution and trees valorisation.
Four days after, on the 25th of November, European Commission organized the first Education for Climate day, inviting the education community to share ideas and experiences to co-create innovative solutions to make Europe environmentally sustainable. Through workshops on a new collaborative online platform. https://education-for-climate.ec.europa.eu/day_en teachers, students and stakeholders discussed the need for education to play a key role in this change.