Helping A Government Overcome Their Economic Crisis
The Tunisian economy is in crisis with graduates spending an average of 6 years to find a job and half of the graduates still unemployed. The government needs ways to save money and re-invest in its people.
- The goal of The Association of Environmental Education for Future Generations is to switch from current electrical practices to solar energy to fuel schools in Tunisia. This will save money that will be used to help students get better technical training and overall reduce the unemployment rate.
- Our purpose is to help (AEEFG) by analyzing data given to us by them and developing strategies to help schools in Tunisia transition from their current electrical practices to solar energy.
On Friday, May 26th @ 2pm-3pm Central Daylight Savings Time
Semia Gharbi Will Be Speaking On Behalf Of The Association of Environmental Education for Future Generations About Their Cause
During The Predictive World Speaker Conference
Association of Environmental Education for Future Generations (AEEFG)
Education is a pillar to the successful implementation of the sustainable development goals (SDGs). The Association of Environmental Education for Future Generations (AEEFG) aim to use the teaching of life sciences, environment, and geology to raise students’ awareness and understanding of the SDGs.
Students are made aware of different issues related to the environment, such as persistent organic pollutants (POPs), dioxin, lead in paint, ethylene dichloride (EDCs), mercury, biodiversity, climate change, etc. Also, students will become aware of existing environmental efforts, including learning about the different conventions (e.g., SC, Bâle, Rotterdam, Minamata, CC, biodiversity, etc.) Teachers are already using the technologies available (such as documentaries and films) outside the classroom. The project is running in both grade schools and universities.
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