GREAT THE HAGUE
Grassroots Renewable Energy Advocate Team
--Youth Outreach Program --
Our young pioneers education is an important aspect of what we do at GREAT. We know it is crucial to encourage and support our youth initiatives about renewable energy technologies and sustainable practices early on.
Great invites different experts, speakers and lecturers to join our youth to discuss various prevalent environmental issues.
LUNCH & LEARN EVENTS
We treat attendees to a vegan high tea while our youth engages them in educational presentations about the climate and environmental issues at the same time.
The aim of this initiative is to foster discussions and increase awareness.
We promote awareness on issues of climate change and environment through screening free movies, documentaries or other educational videos in collaboration with climate activists.
Attendance is free to community members.
Snacks and drinks is free based on online registration.
Attendees are welcome to engage in dialogue regarding the climate change and environmental topics.
Dialogues may be recorded for research purposes.
Through our Community Development, we have the potential to make a real and positive change in the community. This is one of our key areas of focus here at GREAT, and a source of much success for OGAF. Get in touch with us today and see how you can lend a helping hand with this program.
Youths of different countries come to share with each other, their knowledge and concerns about their own regions through the medium of video conferencing.
The aim of this program is to bridge the gap between youths of different countries from different social and economic backgrounds to connect and together learn about each other’s environment and climate related issues.
Conducting workshops and developing curriculums and books on importance of environment, climate, sustainability and renewable energy geared towards promoting an eco-friendly way of living.
The aim of this program is to increase the presence of sustainable living and environment related studies in the regular curriculum of the educational institutions.