Community engagement event on climate change and pollution
Realities about climate change and pollution, do we know the story? An interactive session with Prof. Maria Attard, Director Institute for Climate Change and Sustainable Development.
An interactive educational session with Professor Maria Attard, Director of the University of Malta’s Institute for Climate Change and Sustainable Development will be held on the 10th of December at the RMHC Learning Centre, Triq Wileg, Qawra.
This interactive workshop will address issues related to climate change and pollution and is part of the community and youth project 'Together We Strive: Creating a Sustainable Environment Free from Barriers that Divide', funded through the Voluntary Organisations Projects Scheme managed by the Malta Council for the Voluntary Sector and supported by the Ministry of Inclusion, Voluntary Organisations and Consumer Rights.
The community and youth project, that has been running since March 2022, consists of a series of hands-on events that combine learning activities and proactive participation to address social wellbeing and environmental challenges, together with addressing the needs of local and migrant youth and their families.
The project ‘Together We Strive’ aims to promote voluntary action and stimulate cooperation and networking across social and cultural barriers, in order to work towards the common goals of developing a sense of belonging and inclusion, and to develop environmental stewardship.
09:45 am - 10:00 am Registration and Welcome
10:00 am - 12:00 pm interactive educative presentation by Prof Maria Attard
12:00 pm - 12:30 pm lunch break
12:30 pm - 13:45 pm working sessions in small groups
13:45 pm - 14:00 pm discussion of outcome and conclusion
Registration and information can be accessed here: