EENCE-Podcast #7: Eco-activism in digital civil society
A youth worker, a member of the Youth Advisory Council, coach Teona Sadradze (Georgia) tells about such a relevant movement as eco-activism in the last few decades in the next issue of EENCE Podcasts.
Why is it important to talk about eco-activism? What environmental activities are there among young people? How is the movement organized in Georgia? What is happening now among eco-activists in the world in Georgia? The answers to all the questions can be found if you click Play!
Theona Sadradze is sure that eco-activism is not book rules, but daily useful habits available to everyone:
“We live on the planet Earth and we must follow certain rules in order to be in harmony with this planet. Many mistakes that we made in the past lead to global problems today. Every day we need to ask ourselves the question: how can I help the planet in times of global warming?”
The popularity of eco-activism has accelerated in the digital age, and thanks to the achievements of digitalization, it has become easier to share the best experiences and adapt good examples around the world.
The project is supported by the Federal Agency for Civic Education (Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung / bpb) with funds allocated by the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs.