On June 6 2016, the consortium of Three C organised a very successful multiplier event in Porto, hosted by the Universidade Portucalense Infante D. Henrique.
Around 100 participants from six European countries shared their experiences and ideas on circular economy and education. You can find the conference documentation with all highlights here.
The first part of the conference was dedicated to presenting the concept of circular economy from different perspectives:
- Rafael Campos Pereira (vice-president of the Association of Industrial Metalworking,Portugal) reflected on circular economy in Portugal.
- Sara Heinrich (Schools & Colleges Programme Manager at the Ellen MacArthur Foundation) presented some essentials on circular economy and education. Keynote Sara Heinrich
- Martin de Wolf (teacher trainer at Fontys University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands) explained the importance of some learning outcomes of the ThreeC Project.
The second part of the conference consisted of two parallel sessions where teachers presented the projects that they had implemented in the framework of the Three C project.
The third part and final part of the conference was dedicated to a series of workshops on important aspects of the didactics and learning environment. One workshop was dedicated to the GREEEN project and the current award that the GREEEN Network has launched.