The Sustainable Development Festival 2020 is a national awareness-raising campaign launched by ASVIS (Italian Alliance for Sustainable Development) to promote and spread a culture of sustainability. It will be held across Italy from 22 September to 8 October 2020, involving citizens, young people, companies, associations and institutions.
In this framework, the Museum of Saving will organize some events to raise awareness on circular economy and “zero-waste” attitude, both for schools and for citizens
Thursday 24 September at 6 p.m.
Antonio Massarutto, Associate professor of Applied economics (University of Udine) and researcher at Bocconi University, will present his last book “A world without waste? Trip in circular economy” and will explain how circular economy can be transformed in a big development opportunity for Italy.
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ACTIVITIES FOR SCHOOLS
Friday 25 September
Teaching lab for primary schools
An obstacle course where you can test your knowledge on sustainability, regarding the environment, natural resources and food. (Duration 1 hour)
Monday 28 September
Champions FOR the world
Quiz-game for middle schools
The quiz-game is a simulation of a football match, where the teams must correctly answer a set of questions about Sustainable Development Goals. (Duration 1 hour)
Wednesday 30 September
Teaching lab for high schools
Students will be invited to engage in a role play where they will step into the shoes of some Government representatives who will have to decide which SDGs to implement as a priority. They will then play a team game to learn more about the best practices that can be adopted to improve sustainability. (Duration 2 hours)
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