survey

A tool that allows calculating the environmental footprint of schools

European Institute Pashko, partner of EduFootprint project, in collaboration with all project partners has developed a tool that allows calculating automatically the Environmental footprint of schools: EduFootprint Calculator.
The Calculator measures resource consumption and activities carried out in the school and converts this in the environmental impact due to the supply of resources and assimilation of waste generated.

secondKAP’ECO just finished the second phase of the survey about the performance and the satisfaction of the citiziens from the activity of “Eco Tirana” company. The project conducted more than 4200 questionnaires with citizens in the area where this company develop its activity.
The results from this survey will published soon.

Stay tuned for updates!

The KAP’ECO project is implemented from UET centre, supported from Lëviz Albania, and financed from The Swiss Agency for Development and Collaboration (SDC).

meeting

European Institute Pashko, partner of EduFootprint project, took place in the 3rd project meeting in Ljubljana (Slovenia) on 17-18 October 2017. During the meeting 

the partners discussed about the first reporting period; the training activities; the EduFootprint calculator; the school environmental footprint guidelines; the
guidelines for energy efficiency monitor and management in public buildings; the energy action plan to reduce environmental footprint in the schools.
On the second day of the meeting the partners dealt with communication issues, with a special focus on the project website, and then discussed about the technical
and management aspects of the project. The meeting ended with a hint to the participation in the Horizontal project MEDNICE and it next activities.

CFA inovativeWith the aim to enhance research capacities in social sciences in Albania through greater rigour in research and particularly innovative methodologies, COORP will organise a tailored-made and targeted workshop for young researchers and mid-career.