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Empower participants to adopt a sustainable lifestyle by providing them with practical knowledge and skills to minimize waste generation. Through engaging activities and informative sessions, the workshop aims to inspire individuals to make conscious choices, reduce their ecological footprint, and contribute to a greener, more sustainable future. By the end of the workshop, participants should feel equipped and motivated to implement zero-waste practices in their daily lives, fostering a sense of environmental responsibility within the community.


The event was co-organized by our own "Social Erasmus Committee." During the event, we dissected the ins and outs of waste reduction, sharing personal stories of challenges and triumphs on the journey to a zero-waste lifestyle. We didn't stop at discussions; we dove into practical demonstrations. We divided the group into 3 main groups (for each course), after which the workshop started. We explored the art of mindful cooking, using ingredients that leave minimal impact on the environment. From selecting locally sourced produce to mastering the art of composting kitchen scraps, we demonstrated that every meal can be a step towards a greener lifestyle. Our cooking sessions weren't just about mastering recipes; they were about understanding the lifecycle of our food and making choices that benefit both us and the planet. In the end participants were able to enjoy the food aswell. 

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By organising this activity, the organisers want to contribute to the following Sustainable Development Goals
Fostering Responsible Consumption
Fostering Circular Economy
Encouraging Energy Efficiency
Encouraging Slow Food
Reducing Waste and Promoting Recycling

This activity is part of the project:

Green Erasmus
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