CLC invited by Circle the Med Forum ’21

Ms Peppy Christala  invited by Circle the Med Forum ’21.

It was a great pleasure to be invited to talk to the highly successful “Circle the Med Forum 2021” among distinguished guests from countries around the Mediterranean and EU representatives, who talked about the need for sustainable development and circular economy.

I talked as an educator and mentor about the necessity of sustainable classes in the school curriculum, for teachers to act as an example to their students and the adoption of sustainable living by adults so that youngsters will follow. We should shape mindsets rather than change them. And as Nelson Mandela said “Education is the most powerful tool to change the world”.

I proudly presented the CLC engage initiative, in which our alumni act as mentors and models to our young students and organize together projects which show social responsibility and lobal awareness.

Thank you to the organizing committee and especially President George Kremlis, Principal Advisor to the Prime Minister for Energy, climate environment and circular economy for inviting me and congratulations to the impeccable organization of the event.


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