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ECO-MEDIA project will increase digital skills and community media literacy amongst professionals working with youth and raise awareness of climate change through the engagement of youth in e-volunteering activities and activism, using community media as an innovative tool, developing an ad-hoc e-learning platform.​

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3 days ago

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1 month ago

🍃Living a zero-waste lifestyle is a journey and not a destination.

♻️The aim of adopting a zero-waste lifestyle is to reduce the waste that we produce as consumers on a daily basis.

♻️There are new habits that we can adopt to reduce consumption and waste production that can benefit the environment.

♻️Take a look at the images below where we share some practical tips to start your journey towards a zero-waste lifestyle.

🍃Feel free to comment below on any zero-waste tips that you find useful.

#eco-Media #ErasmusPlus #sustainability #digitilization #ClimateChange #zerowaste #recycle
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1 month ago

💻The coverage of climate change via mass media platforms such as social media and news channels affects how we process the climate crisis.

💚#eco_emotion has become more prevalent amongst children and young adults as they experience uncertainty of the future.

💚#eco_emotion is the emotional impact of environmental degradation that can be categorized by eco-anger, eco—anxiety, eco-grief and eco-depression.

💚Individuals who experience climate change-related disasters are vulnerable to mental health outcomes, such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, fatigue, substance abuse, and other psychological disorders. These are not only associated with experiencing the climate event, but also the stress and trauma caused by loss.

By joining forces with community media and involving the youth in volunteer work, the efforts of the ECO-Media Project look forward to bringing hope and positive change to climate crisis as we know it.

Visit the ECO-Media website to find out more: eco-media.eu/

#ECOMEDIA #ErasmusPlus #sustainability #digitilization #ClimateChange #ecoemotion
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2 months ago

📢The ECO-MEDIA Erasmus+ Project has exciting news to share!
By aligning with the European Commission’s priorities of “A European Green Deal” and “A Europe fit for the digital age”, we are ready to not only improve the #digitalskills and #communitymedia literacy among youth workers, mentors, trainers, tutors, and school guides; but also, to raise awareness on climate change through the participation of #youth in #e-volunteering activities, leveraging community media as an innovative tool.

📰 The 2nd Newsletter of the ECO-MEDIA Erasmus+ Project shares information about what the ECO-MEDIA partners have been getting up to for the first few months of the project whilst working towards the first intellectual output.
You can access the 2nd Newsletter by visiting the ECO-MEDIA website link: eco-media.eu/2nd-newsletter-of-eco-media-project-october-2022/

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2 months ago

According to the World Economic Forum & the latest report on the importance of maintaining biodiversity in big cities, important evidences emerged:
🔹Cities are the engine of the #globaleconomy - contributing 80% of the world’s GDP, but their exponential growth in recent decades has come at the expense of nature;
🔹The built environment has grown by two-thirds in the first 12 years of the 21st century, leading to the degradation of local #ecosystems and the loss of habitats;
🔹Urban areas are also responsible for over 75% of global #carbonemissions, accelerating climate change which drives further nature loss.

#ECOMEDIA Project, considering the above facts, aims at helping youth workers, school guides, mentors, tutors, and other professionals who work with youth familiarize with e-volunteering activities and environmental activism by using community media as a tool!

📌Stay tuned for more upcoming news and actions!

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