|Vai col Vento!|| |
The third edition of the environmental education project "Vai col vento!" took place from March to May. It was promoted by ERG and involved students of the third year of middle school in the municipalities where our wind farms are located. Since its first edition, this project has been sponsored by the Ministry of the Environment and by the Carabinieri police since 2016.
|A tutta acqua!|| |
Further to "Vai col vento!" and featuring the same format, in spring 2017 the first edition of "A tutta acqua!" took place, dedicated to students of high schools in Umbria and Lazio, where ERG is present with hydroelectric plants.
Again in this case, educational moments and guided visits were envisaged care of the Galleto plant
and protected area of the Marmore waterfall.
|Progetto Scuola|| |
Starting in 2010, we created the "Progetto Scuola" (School Project), to support activities within schools of all levels in the province of Siracusa.
|ERG ReGeneration Challenge|| |
In Spring 2017, the first edition of the ERG Re-Generation Challenge ended.
|The Oasis |
The WWF has been taken care of the Oasis of Alviano since its establishment, in 1990, and contributes to the maintenance of the environment and to better reception facilities.
We support the Fondazione MUS-E Onlus, which organises projects for primary schools with an elevated presence of immigrant children or those from difficult socio-family situations so as to involve pupils in art creation initiatives for school integration.
In February, ERG supported GeMUN (Genoa Model United Nations), the student conference which annually brings together in Genoa 700 youngsters between 14 and 26, originating from all four corners of the world for three days of work structured according to the United Nations model.
This year the central theme was Sustainable Development.
The participants are students required to simulate diplomatic roles in the guise of representatives of the various countries of the world. The GeMUN, affiliated with the Hague United Nations model, is officially recognised by the UN and is considered to be one of the leading 10 events of its kind worldwide.