Name of the project: “There is No Planet B’’ Youth Exchange
Date: 11th July – 18th July 2022
City/Country: Katowice, Poland
What was the main topic of the event?
Annely Kasela – Ecological living
Dagne Oidsalu – Making the world more environmentally friendly.
Elo Petron – Saving and protecting the environment
Karoliina Kozlova – How to save the environment
Liisa Kukk – Environment and how to save it
What were the biggest learning moments of the event for you?
Annely Kasela – New tips on how to lessen my ecological footprint and how to change a couple of little things in my life to in the end help to make a bigger impact. I also learned what are the biggest environmental issues n different European countries and what they have been doing to solve them.
Dagne Oidsalu – The biggest learning moment for me was when I found out how many cigarette butts are thrown on the ground. And they are the most litteried items on Earth.
Elo Petron – I got to know what other countries do, how they protect or don’t protect their environment. It was eye-opening to compare other practices to that what Estonia does.
Karoliina Kozlova – When i learned how many ways there are how i can help the environment
Liisa Kukk – Doing the presentations about problems in our country and finding out how much we waste.
Do you have any plans to continue being active in the field? If yes, what?
Annely Kasela – Yes, I think everybody should at least be a little bit conscious of their ecological footprint and what they can do to change it.
Dagne Oidsalu – I’m definitely thinking about it now, but I will be doing more in the future when i’m older.
Elo Petron – If by field is meant protecting the environment, then I plan to continue to actively think and choose options that are better for me and also better for our planet.
Karoliina Kozlova – Yes i will try to take more action in the future
Liisa Kukk – Yes, participate in more programs and maybe be leader in the future.
Would you recommend it to your friends? If yes, why? If not, why not?
Annely Kasela – Yes, absolutely. I met some really amazing people there and the project made me think about important topics.
Dagne Oidsalu – I would definitely recommend it to my friends. You get new knowledge and meet new interesting people.
Elo Petron – Of course. Discussing any problems with other people helps to see bigger picture and see thing from other perspective. Best if there people are from different places and that is made possible in Erasmus projects.
Karoliina Kozlova – Yess!! it was very fun and you will learn soo much new things
Liisa Kukk – Yes, you can travel, get new friends and new knowledge and the experience is awesome.
This Project was financed by European Commission’s Erasmus + Programme