Meeting with students from Mihai Bravu Technical College in Bucharest

In October, students from Mihai Bravu Technical College in Bucharest – the team that will form a Youth Environmental Advisors Cabinet – discussed the 5 case studies (developed by the high school teams from around Romania) from the 5 partner protected areas, together with our colleague George – from Propark, protected areas specialist.

The students discussed the problems in the partner protected areas and identified possible solutions.

We also had Robert Diaconeasa, our friend, as our guest speaker, showed the young people  what it means to be civically involved, in actions for nature and for people.


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