Youth in ECOaction

eTwinning
 
Water eco-systems are delicate natural environments which are affected by Climate change. We’d like to study the influence of human activity and climate change in such intricate natural environments (rivers, streams, springs, lakes and seas). Partners will study their local water eco-systems. We’ll focus on both natural and anthropogenic causes. It would be very interesting to compare similar studies in different areas across Europe in order to learn how to cope with the protection of these eco-systems. By means of this project we want to raise the students’ awareness on water environmental problems and promote concrete, innovative actions in young active citizens leading to a correct behaviour in order to preserve water sources. We will also include the content of the project in our curriculum using the CLIL methodology.