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KA2 Strategic Partnerships for School Exchanges
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Impact on Environment |  Over-exploitation
Factors Effecting Environment:
- Over exploitation of resources,
- Population Growth,
- Industrialization,
- Use of Synthetic Materials,

Italy | Bosa

Istituto di Istruzione Superiore "G.A. Pischedda"

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Project Coordinator School

Sadegna

Sweden | Lund

Gymnasieskolan Vipan

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Partner School

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Portugal | Santarém

Escola Técnica e Profissional do Ribatejo

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Partner School | Ribatejo - Portugal

Videos to discover our School

Turkey | Izmir

Konak Izmir Mesleki ve Teknik Anadolu Lisesi

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Partner School

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Greece | Mytilene

4th Gymnasium of Mytilene

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Partner School

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Poland | Warsaw

School Name

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Partner School

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PORTugal

2018 | NOVEMBER

Background

The Agenda

Activities planned for the first meeting of the project

Arrival of delegations

Wellcome, reception and pick up from airport of delegations from partner schools.

field trip

Field trip 

Wellcomme to Santarém

Reception in school of the partners. Meeting in the City Hall.

eco school day

Eco school day @ ETPR

Meeting and SEMINNAR 

Project meeting and seminar “GREEN SCHOOL, GREEN FUTURE”

On the way to ...sweden

Time to say goodbye .... Our heart is already in Sweden! Vid nu !

Partner schools

PRoject meetings

The state of healt of the Planet
 

Suggested literature and web links

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HOME - HD

Home is a 2009 documentary by Yann Arthus-Bertrand. The film is almost entirely composed of aerial shots of various places on Earth. It shows the diversity of life on Earth and how humanity is threatening the ecological balance of the planet.

overexpl
oitation 

What are the consequences of the overexploitation of natural resources? Natural resources are those that our planet offers us without the need for human intervention. They are essential for survival, but if they are consumed at a faster rate than their natural regeneration, as is currently the case, they can be exhausted.

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