GreenMinds

Erasmus+

31.05.2022 to 30.11.2023

Project’s Title: GreenMinds: Green Education for VET and small enterprises
Project Acronym: GreenMinds

Project’s objectives

Promote the importance of environmental awareness and practices and adapt relevant corporate social responsibility (CSR) by small and medium-sized enterprises.

Establish an open and accessible online platform “Green Social Network” for VET organisations to network, communicate and strengthen their environmental CSR activities.

Taking into account and mapping the current needs and requirements of SMEs in terms of their CSR activities in the field of environmental protection.

Provide SMEs with insight into critical CSR tools and information supporting their work.

Creation of the CSR Green “Bible”, a detailed step-by-step guide providing insight into the best environmental CSR strategies for SMEs.

Assisting our target groups by providing an appropriate framework and communication methodology for CSR adaptation practices.

Support VET organisations in exploring problems from a new perspective and support initiatives.

Enhance the green business opportunities of SMEs through the networking element provided by the online platform.

Facilitate the exchange of knowledge and environmental awareness.

Nurturing and strengthening team morale by developing an online community of users to interact, change ideas and share common concerns.

Project activities

Kick-off Planning Meeting

The creation of a CSR training content programme

Second Transnational project meeting

A downloadable step-by-step environmental CSR Handbook for VETs.

 

 

 

Activities carried out as part of the project are described on an ongoing basis in the project’s News.

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Consortium

Deinde Sp. z o. o.

Leader

Poland

Media

DEINDE

Disclaimer:

Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them.

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